Honest Paws Reveals New Look for 2020



Honest Paws is updating its product line to keep up with consumer trends and their pets’ needs.

The update comes after the company spent two years collecting feedback by speaking directly with retailers and customers. 

A new shade of blue is officially the new “Honest Paws Blue,” with four other colors (green, blue, purple and red) representing each use case. The new and updated products are more personalized for pets’ needs: defined as Wellness, Calm, Relief and Mobility. The product line has now been expanded to more audiences with the introduction of tinctures for cats as well as for horses. This year, Honest Paws is also introducing a CBD topical balm for pets.

All products are made with organic, full-spectrum hemp containing naturally occurring CBD. The new line will be available in April for all retailers.

Honest Paws LLC, based in League City, TX with all of its products made in the U.S., is a pet-CBD company. It was co-founded by siblings Erik and Chelsea Rivera with the mission to help pets across the United States live happier and healthier lives through natural approaches that promote mental and physical well-being for pets. The company’s third-party-tested products are developed from natural ingredients including organic, full-spectrum Colorado-grown hemp, and come in a variety of options such as bites, oils, soft chews, and even coconut oil or peanut butter.

Honest Paws is also passionate about educating pet owners about natural options for their pets and helping to promote the many benefits of the hemp plant.


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