Nathan Noll

Pacific Health Foods owner Nathan Noll shows off the new CBD dog treats available at the shop. 

In addition to stocking healthy, sustainably sourced food for people, Pacific Health Foods also has the nutritional goods for Carpinteria’s furry friends. Starting this month, Pacific Health is introducing a new line of CBD treats specifically made for pets: Shelter CBD’s beef-flavored dog treats. “It’s extremely common for pets to suffer from anxiety, such as trembling uncontrollably at the sound of loud noises, acting fearful around strangers, or panicking at the vet’s office,” stated Shelter CBD in a release, “That’s why couple, Ryan and Emily Miller, chose to start their own business to create CBD dog treats designed to calm the nerves of stressed-out canines and provide dogs with access to the many other medicinal benefits attributed to cannabidiol (CBD).”

As part of their mission to improve the lives of dogs, the Millers are donating 5 percent of the profits from each sale to their featured charity (bestfriends.org). 

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