Charlotte’s Web Holdings, Inc. (“Charlotte’s Web,” or the “Company”), the market leader in full spectrum hemp extract products today announced the newest addition to its pet product line: Charlotte’s Web™Skin Health & Allergy Support Chews for dogs with sensitive skin due to seasonal allergies. Like humans, some dogs suffer through allergy season with itchy, sensitive skin. The dog-loving Charlotte’s Web product development team created Skin Health & Allergy Support Chews with the Company’s proprietary full-spectrum hemp extract and other beneficial botanicals so pet parents can support skin health for their furry friends.
Charlotte’s Web™ Skin Health & Allergy SupportChews are chicken flavored and come in 30-count ($19.99 SRP) and 60-count ($34.99 SRP) sizes and are non-GMO and grain-free. Like all Charlotte’s Web products, all pet SKUs are tested 20+ times from seed to shelf for quality and safety assurance.
According to Dr. Kwane Stewart, aka ‘The Street Vet’ and Charlotte’s Web Brand Ambassador, skin health and allergy concerns are the most common ailment he sees in his patients in-clinic and on the streets in Southern California. “As we continue to learn more about the science of allergies in our dogs, we are finding it often requires a multimodal approach – combining traditional and alternative therapies for the best outcome,” said Dr. Stewart.
Charlotte’s Web™Skin Health & Allergy Support Chewsare formulated with the company’s proprietary full-spectrum hemp extract and other natural botanicals including Biotin, Nettle Leaf, Burdock Root and Marshmallow Root. These new chews help dogs maintain the normal moisture content of their skin and support overall skin health from the inside out. They also support the normal detoxification process in dogs’ bodies.
“A full spectrum hemp extract can support a dogs’ skin health as they go through allergy season. CBD has been determined to be safe for canines based on research conducted at Colorado State University,” Charlotte’s Web Director of Education Dr. Jen Palmer said.
 Source: Colorado State University’s Stephanie McGrath, DVM (2016)