Treatibles Review: 60-Second Summary
Treatibles has a big leg up (pun intended) on the competition among CBD pet products. Not only do they perform contaminant testing on both source material and finished product, they claim to also perform screening at the end of the manufacturing process to ensure optimal levels of CBD. While their glowing testimonials further instill consumer confidence, it’s already clear that Treatibles makes the health and well-being of animals a top priority.
Treatibles Brand Review
Treatibles is almost unbeatable when it comes to the best all-around CBD product for dogs, cats, and other animals with endocannabinoid systems (which includes all animals, except bugs).
Treatibles cares deeply about offering high-quality, clean plant medicine to our furry friends. Instilling consumer trust is obviously important to them, as Treatibles calls out the competition for offering animal-friendly “CBD” products with negligible amounts of actual cannabinoids. Sadly, some unscrupulous vendors think that since they’re marketing for animals, there is no practical way the customer will ever realize a product is sub-par. This unfortunate trend is why Treatibles not only test their source materials AND finished products for various contaminants, but also claim to offer extra screening to ensure sufficient levels of CBDs at the end of the manufacturing cycle. (Unfortunately, Treatibles don’t post CoAs to back up these claims, but based on past iterations of their website one imagines that they would be available upon request.)
Product prices range anywhere from $24 to $300 (if you care to stock up or have larger animals — like livestock), and there are many varieties of CBD chews to choose from (also depending on the size of your animal) in multiple flavors — as well as an “unflavored” tincture and gel caps.
The Treatibles commitment to animal health through cannabinoid medicine is certainly admirable, but the steps they take to ensure a quality product and their commitment to animal welfare are next-level. We lament the loss of their “Lab Testing” page that featured CoAs, as this would have given them the utmost transparency with consumers. Nevertheless, we feel confident recommending the Treatibles brand to pet (and livestock!) owners wholeheartedly.
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