From our droppers to our dosage and our labels to our lab results, we verify everything with our veterinary experts. All of our products, and every word you read on our website has been checked for safety and accuracy by board certified veterinarians or licensed pharmacists.
We strive to push the boundaries of natural pet health through research and development. We work with veterinarians and Ph.D. chemists to ensure our products are safe and effective for animals.
We manufacture these products to the highest standards set out by federal, state, and local governments. Everything we sell is made in our custom-built lab and cleanroom in San Diego. We use only human-grade ingredients in our products.
Every batch of every product we produce is third-party tested at a DCC and ISO/IEC 17025 accredited cannabis testing lab to ensure safety and accurate potency. We display all of these results online for full transparency.
Our professional research team finds pet health topics that are of interest to our readers. We then research the topic thoroughly, using only credible sources.
Once written, the draft is reviewed and edited internally for accuracy and thoroughness. We then pass the article to our veterinary and pharmaceutical team, who make necessary edits and ensure medical accuracy.
The final draft is then published by our marketing team and circulated throughout our various media channels. To date, we have more than two million readers.
James Edward, PharmD
My name is James Davis. I’m a father, husband, homesteader, do-it-yourselfer, writer, and Doctor of Pharmacy. Working with the team here at Relievet is some of the most fun and most meaningful work I do — I love ethnobotany and studying how plants, fungi, and other life can better existence for us and our pets.
DR. NICOLE WANNER, PH.D.
Dr. Nicole Wanner is a veterinarian and published scientific researcher. She studies the effects of CBD as a Ph.D. candidate and writes and edits articles to help pet owners stay up to date on the latest veterinary research. She shares her home with Sylvie and Nemo, a pair of former barn kittens she adopted with her partner Evan in 2014.
SARA OCHOA, DVM.
Sara Ochoa, DVM, graduated from St. George’s University Veterinary School in 2015. Since then, she has been at a small and exotic animal practice in Texas. She loves making quilts and spending time with her husband Greg and their 4 fur kids in her free time. There are two dogs, Ruby a Schnoodle, Bug, a Japanese Chin, one cat named OJ, and a leopard tortoise named Monkey.