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marley

Hemp Seed Oil for Anxiety and Itchy Skin

BUDDYPET MARLEY is for all-around TLC.

The hemp seed oil in Marley is rich in anti-inflammatory omega-3 and GLA fatty acids as well as 21 amino acids, Vitamin E (antioxidant) and all essential minerals.

Marley can help reduce anxieties and improve mood and sleep through a combined effect of hemp’s anti-inflammatory fatty acids, the antioxidant value of Vitamin E and the anti-depressant actions of phytosterols.

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how should my pet take it?

BUDDYPET Marley is safe for all breeds. Please follow the recommended serving suggestions for your pet’s size. Add directly to food. Or if your pet prefers, have them lick it straight off a spoon.

Many of our customers report improvement in their pet’s mood within a week. You may also notice your pet’s coat is a lot shinier, and skin irritations and joint pain have reduced.

Small animals (under 10kg):  1/4 dropper.

Medium animals (10-25kg):  1/2 dropper.

Large animals (25kg+):  1 dropper.

Ingredients

100% Raw, Cold-Pressed Australian Hemp Seed Oil.

health benefits

  • Can help improve your pet's general wellbeing
  • Supports muscle and joint health
  • Supports mental health: can help manage anxiety, improve mood and sleep
  • Supports heart and brain health
  • Supports skin and coat health

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If you have any questions, we'd love to help!

As more and more people look towards a sustainable way of living for themselves and their pets, they are using hemp seed oil as a supplement both in healthy animals as a part of a balanced diet and also for pets with health issues to help relieve symptoms and support the body’s natural defences. Hemp seed oil is of particular interest as a supplement for our pets as it has a high essential fatty acid content in an optimal ratio of omega-6 to omega-3s. Dr. Ailsa Rutherford