HOWND Hemp produce ethical products for happy dogs. Their products are specifically designed for dogs of all breeds, from playful pups right through to golden oldies! They are also loaded with essential oils and other natural ingredients to restore, protect, and moisturise your dog’s skin and coat, leaving dogs smelling awesome, looking beautiful, and feeling happy. All HOWND products are also certified by Cruelty Free International.
HOWND Hemp Range
Hownd Hemp range includes Playful Pup Skin Nose and Paw Balm and Hemp by HOWND Skin Nose and Paw Balm with added SPF which will protect, soothe and moisturise. They are 100% vegan, unscented, fast-absorbing and natural. They also have a pleathora of uses, for example you can use them to protect your pooch’s snout, nose, outer ears, and any exposed skin from UVA and UVB rays. Or before you set off on your winter walkies, slick some on to your dog’s soft pads, which will help provide a barrier against the potentially harmful effects of ice and salted pavements. Perfect for paw massages and pawdicures!
Since they use natural botanical ingredients, you can also apply HOWND wonder balms to dry, itchy or chapped skin throughout the year. Additionally they contain lashings of Organic Hemp Seed Oil from one of Europe’s leading organic hemp farms; Calendula (this lovely natural ingredient has wonderful health benefits for the skin); Sweet Almond Oil; Shea Butter; Vitamin E and SPF (Need we say more?!)
Hemp Wellness Treats
Hemp by HOWND HEMP WELLNESS TREATS are 100% natural, hypoallergenic, gluten free, grain free, human grade and vegetarian. They were created out of passion for creating innovative, natural, ethical and effective products for dogs. Hemp is a complete source of protein and is super rich in healthy fats omegas 3, 6 and 9 which are vital for optimal skin health. It is also a magical, versatile plant and is renowned for providing a fortune of natural health benefits. In addition to hemp, these tasty veggie snacks include minerals that are known to tackle common health issues in dogs.