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green paws cbd

Green paws cbd


  • Founded 2017
  • Incorporated
  • Annual Revenue $39,687.00
  • Employee Count 1
  • Industries Manufacturing Industries, Nec
  • Contacts Sean Susnara


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Green Paws Cbd, Llc was founded in 2017, and is located at 6868 Copper Glen Cir in Roseville. Additional information is available at or by contacting Sean Susnara at (916) 802-8479.

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Seeing the amazingly positive results and benefits first hand, we knew we wanted to share and help pet parents too. Thus, Farley's Green Paw Consulting was launched to help inspire, educate, and guide other pet parents and veterinarians in the world of pet CBD and veterinary cannabis.

And so, our journey began with a cannabis treatment for him.

Upon discovering his diagnosis, we elected to go the traditional approach, chemotherapy. After one treatment, he almost passed away. His primary vet, for his safety, would not proceed forward with additional treatments.

Pet professional? We host pet cannabis events throughout the year for professionals within the pet industry.


Without treatment, he was given, at best, one month to live. After doing massive research, all roads pointed to medical cannabis for pets with cancer. We approached his vet, to quote her; "I would much rather you try something natural than pump more chemicals into him."

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Meet Farley, #cancerfightingninja , a Shih Tzu that was taken to a high kill shelter here in Phoenix AZ by his former family.


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After rescuing Farley from the shelter, it was discovered that he had cancer, he had both lymphoma and circulating leukemia. For a senior dog at the age of 13, that is a lot to manage; in fact, that is a lot for any dog to manage.