New! CBD Infused treats
Your dog will feel better! Here's the benefits:
CBD is the abbreviation for Cannabidiol, one of the 113 cannabinoids identified in hemp/cannabis/marijuana.
CBD (hemp extract) treats are legal in all 50 states. They do not create a "high" and are safe for humans and dogs.
We physically drop the tincture on each treat. The potency is not diminished as the oil is not mixed with the dough and cooked in. Our treats are individually dosed, just like if you were adding the oil to your pets food, water, or treat. We also sell the tincture by itself.
We purchase our tincture from Healthy Roots Hemp Products.
Hobby to Thriving Business
Dawn Martin, Pup Town Cafe Owner, Head Baker
A Labor of Love
Hi! I am the proud owner and head chef for Pup Town Cafe. We have been making gourmet dog treats in Camas, WA since 2015. We believe in "less is more". That means that most of our treats contain 5 ingredients or less. All of our ingredients are human grade and we do not use any added colors or preservatives.
For most of us, our fur babies are our kids and we only want the best for them. That is why we do what we do. I made my first treat about 9 years ago for my daughter's Pit Bull, Dre, who has a lot of allergies. So, I decided to make some treats that he could eat, that did not have any reactive ingredients.
Because he was my inspiration, I decided to name all of my treats after the special dogs in my life.
Who is your special dog? Tell me his/her story here. I may feature your dog on the website and send you a free bag of treats!
Can it help?
What is CBD?
Cannabidiol, CBD, is a non-psychoactive, which means it does NOT make one high.
CBD is extracted from the leaves and flowers of cannabis plants, and once it is isolated from the rest of the plant, it can be incorporated into a plethora of other products, from sublingual oils, to gummy bears and even topical anti-inflammatory lotion.
By regulating the signal production in your cells, acting as an antioxidant, and activating several different types of receptors in the body, CBD is able to exert a number of therapeutic effects with NO negative side-effects, yet discovered.
How CBD can help your dog
CBD has been shown to help with chronic and acute disease.
Some chronic conditions it can help with are:
Compromised immune systems
There are also studies underway into the effects CBD has on Type 1 diabetes, organ diseases, and cancer.
Veterinarians are also finding CBD can be useful in treating acute ailments like:
Sprains and strains
And even post-operative swelling, pain, and stiffness
If your dog is taking conventional drugs for any of these conditions, CBD may make it possible to use lower doses of the drugs to achieve therapeutic effects. Since conventional medicines do have side effects, this is a very useful benefit of CBD.
This product has not been tested by the FDA to treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Always consult your veterinarian before giving your pet this product or any new medicines.
The Endocannabinoid System
If you have any questions or need more information regarding our CBD, please fill out the contact form below.
From the parents of our doggy customers
Lisa in the UK
As you know, Jake has had many serious and painful issues with his leg. He's now been on the oil for a week now and he's actually been playing! I've been putting the CBD treats in with his food, but he started leaving some. So I put it with some ham and directly into his mouth. He loves it and I need to order more. Also, I spoke to his vet who said he can stay on these. The vet was very intrigued by this.
Shawna in Vancouver, WA
Our 11 lb Yorkie mix did something to her back a few weeks ago. She would shake and pace in pain unless she was given 3 different meds twice a day, and she STILL wasn't herself. Last week I got some CBD doggie treats from Pup Town Cafe and now we have a whole different dog. I have given her 2 treats a day and she is mostly back to her usual playful self!! Thank You Pup Town!! We will be getting more soon!!
Check out our amazing treats for dogs (and a few cat treats)