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Hungry Hound Beerscuits Announces Launch of Cutting Edge CBD Dog Treats at Global Pet Expo 2018

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(PRESS RELEASE) CONKLIN, NY – Hungry Hound Beerscuits Owner, Casey Parker announced that Hungry Hound would unveil a game changing pet product at Global Pet 2018, March 21-23, in Orlando, FL. 

Hungry Hound’s hot new product, “Hempy Hound CBD Beer Grain Treats,” is sure to bring relief to pets and owners alike as this product, which is infused with CBD and Salmon Oil helps with many health issues. Cannabis oil can be used to treat seizures, nausea, stress, anxiety, arthritis, back pain, symptoms of cancer, and gastrointestinal issues, among other health conditions in dogs. 

The product will be offered for wholesale at Global Pet Expo for the first time and promises to be one of the hottest pet products released this year. 

Parker said, “We are thrilled to reveal this exciting new product at Global Pet Expo. This is the perfect opportunity for us to show the world that we have created a product that will make owning a pet a more enjoyable experience than ever and share the life changing benefits of CBD.” 

The new CBD treats will be available for wholesale in March 2018 to superstores and local pet supply shops. Hungry Hound officials say that the product will retail for $24.99 per unit. 

Media and buyers attending the show can visit Hungry Hound Beerscuits, LLC at BOOTH 6378. 

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