SurityPro dog chews a helpful supplement for our pups

SurityPro dog chews. Photo by Wesley Coburn
SurityPro dog chews. Photo by Wesley Coburn /

SurityPro dog chews are a helpful supplement for our dogs as they get older, combing good canine health with the satisfaction and fun of finding new soft chews to spoil our four-legged friends with.

These CBD dog chews from Canopy Animal Health come in a variety of options depending on what your dogs’ health needs require.

Dog O’Day staff dogs Captain the mix and Banjo the sighthound of unknown heritage, both of whom are senior dogs, recently tested some of the SurityPro dog chews with very good results.

The varieties they tested were the Active (red bag), Calm (blue), Healthy Aging (purple) and Multi (teal) options, each of which showcase Canopy employees’ dogs, which is a nice additional touch.

SurityPro dog chews are a helpful supplement for our dogs.

Though Banjo eventually decided they weren’t really for him (he’s a picky eater and suspicious of food and snacks he isn’t used to), Captain loved them, and both dogs initially gulped their daily dose of one per day.

Both dogs saw health benefits, too, as their energy levels skyrocketed and their movement seemed smoother, while mentally they were more alert and ready for adventures.

According to the Canopy website, SurityPro dog chews are “precisely formulated to support calm behavior, joint health and flexibility, healthy aging (including cognitive function and eye health) and enhanced physical and mental well-being in dogs.”

They are all made with clean ingredients and contain no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, which is very important, and filler ingredients like corn or boy are also absent, which is proof of a high level of commitment from the company’s viewpoint in keeping health a priority.

What’s more, Pet Business Magazine recently recognized SurityPro in their Industry Recognition Awards as a top CBD product as one of the most innovative companies in pet care.

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Have your dogs tried any CBD products? Did they help?