Firsthand experiences with canna pet hemp products. Georgia, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, suffered from syringomyelia, a serious and painful neurological disease caused by a malformation of the skull opening. Her owner, Kelly Conway, was desperate to find relief for Georgia. “This condition leaks spinal cord fluid and air pockets fill up her spine,” said Conway. “She also has chronic dry eye, chronic ear infections and arthritis/hip dysplasia. My beautiful baby is a lemon.”

Syringomelia tends to get progressively worse as the compressed spinal cord causes some parts of the body to feel as though they have “fallen asleep.” It also causes itching, tingling and pain. “Georgia would bang her head, scratch, rub, and make her face bleed, trying to stop the pins and needles. Her neck and back hurt. She would bite her legs and do a helicopter scratch until she was almost crazy. ”

Georgia was already taking lots of Western medications, including gabapentin (Neurontin), Prilosec, tramadol and Novox (for hips and arthritis), plus she was getting acupuncture. When her veterinarian suggested Canna-Pet, Conway wasn’t interested, as Georgia was already taking 12 pills a day. But when Conway broke her leg and had to give Georgia up for three months, Georgia’s extreme separation anxiety added the impetus to give Canna-Pet a try.

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“The first two days, all Georgia did was sleep. I was scared. That wore off. After two weeks, I had a completely different dog.

“I truly expected nothing to change. I think it definitely takes the edge off of her pain, but the biggest change in Georgia was the reduction in anxiety. The decrease of anxiety decreased the head banging, scratching, and so on. The reduction of that behavior decreased the occurrence of eye and ear infections. My girl began to play with toys and other dogs, and I could hold her again. I can honestly say it was a mini-miracle for Georgia. She rarely takes tramadol for pain now. This past week has been bad due to the barometric pressure and constant rain in Philly, but she hasn’t had a tramadol since well before Christmas. This is a big deal when discussing this painful condition.”

Georgia was featured in a 2014 article about Canna-Pet on CNBC.1 Conway has now been using Canna-Pet products for over two years with continued success and now has several other pets also using Canna-Pet products.


Charlie was a blind and deaf 14-year-old Pug with congestive heart failure—not exactly a dog with a future. His owners were giving him up, so Kristine Lauria took him in. She’d only had him a few months when he had his first seizures. The seizures started to come more often. “At first the medications worked, but then they couldn’t control the seizures—he was having a grand mal weekly, then daily, then three or four a day. He no longer enjoyed life, and I had to face the decision whether to euthanize him. I remember it was on a Thursday. A friend suggested Canna-Pet; I figured what have I got to lose? I gave him the first dose Friday afternoon.

Saturday he maybe seemed a bit different. I kept giving it to him, and Saturday evening he seemed to be walking more. By Sunday I remember thinking, ‘This stuff is working!’ He was rolling around, enjoying life! He still had seizures—but they were down to one a day or even less often—and his quality of life was back.”


Harlee’s Angels specializes in Pugs in need, so when another rescue group was ready to give up on Gladys, they contacted Lee Stevens. Gladys suffered brain injuries when she’d been hit by a car and left on the roadside. The brain injuries caused intractable cluster seizures that weren’t responding to medication. Says Stevens: “Within 24 hours of starting Canna-Pet, she quit seizing. Now she has a seizure about once a week—a huge improvement!”

Lee Stevens has treated several other dogs at Harlee’s Angels with Canna-Pet:

Yet another Pug, 18-year old Olaf, was found in a blizzard, almost frozen. He had mobility problems and anxiety issues. “Canna-Pet has helped his quality of life and especially helped with his anxiety,” says Stevens.
Bruiser, a Saint Bernard, had joint problems. Stevens: “The Canna-Pet helped with inflammation, and in turn, he’s walking better.”
Marlee, another Saint Bernard, has elbow dysplasia. “She was in pain, and whined all the time,” recalls Stevens, “but within a week of starting Canna-Pet, she was no longer whining.”

Stevens cautions that it’s not a miracle cure: “I don’t think it helped with congestive heart failure, for example. It didn’t make blind dogs see or deaf dogs hear! But it helps immensely with their quality of life, making them less painful and less anxious. It makes a huge difference.”