Super Snouts | Full Spectrum Hemp Oil

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Active ingredients: PCR Hemp Full Spectrum Actives
Inactive ingredients: Certified organic virgin hemp seed oil


Oil Dropper Bottle: Phyto-90, Phyto-150, Phyto-300 and Photo-600
The number indicates total milligrams of active ingredients in bottle

  • 90 has 3mg of actives per dropper.  Best for cats and very small dogs
  • 150 has 5mg of actives per dropper. Best for small to medium dog
  • 300 has 10mg of actives per dropper. Best for med to large dog
  • 600 has 20mg of actives per dropper. Best for large dogs


phyto-90   = 1/2 dropper per 15 lbs body weight
phyto-150 = 1/2 dropper per 25 lbs body weight 
phyto-300 = 1/4 dropper per 25 lbs of body weight
phyto-600 = 1/8 dropper per 25 lbs of body weight

Dispense under tongue or in cheek twice daily away from food. Amount may be adjusted up or down.

    "Full Spectrum" Hemp Oil means that the oil is a full plant extract, and has a comprehensive profile of phytonutrients, terpenes and flavonoids. It has zero detectable levels of THC. We believe the active ingredients in plants that are beneficial are best consumed in their whole state as there are often co-compounds that work with the active ingredients to make it more effective. It is like taking a vitamin C supplement versus eating an orange.

    We choose to provide Super Snouts Hemp Oil due to their strict sourcing, clean extraction methods, thorough testing, and being veterinarian approved. There are a lot of "hemp oils" out there. This one is made specifically for pets, and is processed in a safe manner. Super Snouts worked extensively with the TX Department of Health and TX Department of Agriculture to have their product be examined and approved for sale in our state. The hemp used in this tincture is organically grown in Colorado, is small batch tested, and 3rd party verified.




    *The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult your veterinarian before giving supplements to your pet.