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Fidobiotics Launches Hemp Product with Probiotic Supplements

It’s a new supplement for cats and dogs.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Fidobiotics, maker of all-natural pet supplements, has announced a new supplement for cats and dogs. Calm Down Kitty and Maxin’ Relaxin’ Rover contain hemp with naturally occurring CBD and L-Tryptophan to help maintain emotional balance. Additionally, these products contain a prebiotic and probiotic, totaling 2 billion CFUs per serving to support healthy digestion and immune function. As with all Fidobiotic products, they are made in the USA and are non- GMO and gluten-free.

Fidobiotics uses a full-spectrum, water-soluble phytocannabinoid hemp powder that offers higher bioavailability than traditional CBD oil. Fidobiotics takes advantage of a low-temperature extraction process to preserve beneficial terpenes and phytocannabinoids, which offer a greater calming effect.

  • Calm Down Kitty – Chicken Pot Pie Flavor: 90mg/bottle and 3mg/serving
  • Maxin’ Relaxin’ Rover for Lil Mutts – Pot Roast Flavor: 90mg/bottle and 3mg/serving
  • Maxin’ Relaxin’ Rover for Medium Mutts – Pot Roast Flavor: 150mg/bottle and 7mg/serving
  • Maxin’ Relaxin’ Rover for Big Mutts – Pot Roast Flavor: 300mg/bottle and 10mg/serving

“We’ve seen a big impact on stressed out pups and cats that have tried these products,” stated Mika Wheelwright, Fidobiotics founder and CEO. “By using a synergistic approach where you support immune function, which can be weakened during stressful times— we are better able to help these nervous nellies.”

Maxin’ Relaxin’ Rover and Calm Down Kitty are available now in a 15g/.53-ounce bottle, containing approximately 30 servings. The retail price ranges from $24.99 to $69.99. They can be found online at Fidobiotics.com or through independent pet nutrition stores.

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