CBD Dog Treats: 400MG


$39.99 or $23.99 / month

It’s just like the old saying goes, Happy Pawz, Happy Pets!”

Happy Pawz CBD Dog Treats are all-natural so you know your pup won’t receive any GMO’s.  These treats are Chicken-flavored and are formulated for the happiness and well-being of all the furry canines in your family; experiencing a “barking punch” of wellness benefits in every treat.

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Reward your furry companion, the one that follows you and lights up your world, with an elevated, healthful snack.

These treats are awesome for training purposes and as a daily snack.

When you give Happy Pawz All-Natural CBD Dog Treats to your furry family member, you are not only demonstrating your appreciation to them but also your relentless concern for your dogs’ well-being and quality of life.


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  • Chicken flavored
  • 40 treats per jar
  • 400 mg of total CBD
  • 10 mg of full-spectrum hemp-extracted CBD per treat
  • 100% natural
  • non-GMO
  • 100% Grain-FREE, no corn, soy, or wheat



Dogs are called “man’s best friend for a reason and are more similar to us humans than you probably are aware of.  Did you know that your dog has cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2) and an ECS (Endocannabinoid System) just like us?  Well, it’s true!

In fact, according to a study completed by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences United States Government in 1990, they concluded that dogs actually have a vast number of these cannabinoid receptors.

Therefore, by supplying your pup with CBD-infused edibles, you are directly supporting the proper functioning of their ECS.



The ECS is in charge of several biological processes within your dog’s body. So, when the ECS stops performing their job properly, the health and overall wellbeing of your dog are at stake.

It’s important to learn everything you can about the Endocannabinoid System so that you can fully understand exactly what CBD does within the body.



Hemp-infused dog treats are absolutely wonderful for your pets, but they are what they are, TREATS. For this reason, we always recommend for dog owners to consider further supporting their canine’s wellness by bundling CBD dog snacks with a bottle of Happy Pawz CBD Oil for Dogs.

  • Use Happy Pawz CBD Oil for Dogs to offer them the essential nutrients that they need every day
  • Use Happy Pawz CBD Dog Treats for training purposes and edible gifts of love

For more information about our entire collection of Happy Pawz Pet CBD products, click here!

If you have any questions or concerns, please never hesitate to reach out to our staff.

Only premium ingredients are used in our top-shelf CBD canine delights; non-GMO, 100% natural, and GRAIN FREE!  No corn, no soy, no wheat!

  • Chicken
  • peas
  • sweet potatoes
  • chickpeas
  • cane molasses,
  • chicken fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols)
  • carrots
  • pumpkins
  • blueberries
  • apples
  • rosemary extract
  • organic MCT coconut oil
  • full-spectrum hemp extract (CBD, several more major and minor cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, and essential fatty acids)


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 The number of treats that you give to your dog is based on how much your dog weighs.

Here are the following suggested serving sizes:

  • For small dogs (1-12 lbs.) = 1 piece per serving
  • For medium-sized dogs (13-63 lbs.) = 2 pieces per serving
  • For large dogs (64+ lbs.) = 3 pieces per serving


For optimal results, pay close attention to your dog during the first few offerings as the above suggested serving sizes are to be considered as a baseline CBD dose.  Thus, if you are not getting the results you are looking for, please up the serving size by one treat at a time until the results are achieved. 

Unless your dog weighs 150 lbs or more, you should never need to exceed 5 treats at a single serving.

What Do CBD Dog Treats Do?

Like people, dogs also experience mental or physical ailments after sustaining an injury or as they age. According to petMD, CBD can also help manage seizures, nausea, arthritis, and digestive issues.

How Long Does it Take for CBD Treats to Take Effect?

Effects usually kick in anywhere from 30 minutes to one hour. It may take more than a week of two servings per day for pets with more severe problems to achieve the desired results.

Are CBD Treats Safe for Dogs?

Yes, while there are no conclusive scientific data on using CBD to treat certain conditions in dogs, there’s anecdotal evidence from dog owners suggesting it can alleviate pain and boost their moods.

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    James Allan

    Dog likes them alot

    My golden retriever really likes these. Takes 1 per day and then if we go on a trip or to the vet he takes an extra one

    December 7, 2021
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      December 9, 2021

      James, thanks for leaving a 5 star review! An added treat on vet or car days is always our recommendation. We are so happy it is working well for your golden retriever! We look forward to serving both of you for years to come.

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    Hannah Bonanza

    Needed this for my dog on our trip to Georgia and I’m so glad it was fast acting.

    September 24, 2021
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      October 19, 2021

      Hannah, so glad to hear that the CBD Dog treats were fast acting for your dog. Trips are not something dogs normally like taking! So, a fast-acting product is a necessity when on the road. We hope you will continue to enjoy our Happy Pawz CBD line for pets.

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