Noah’s ark catnip is grown in BC and is organic. Catnip, or nepeta cataria, is a common herb that is a member of the mint family. When cats smell catnip, they usually exhibit several behaviours. Some of these behaviours may include: rubbing their heads or body on the herb or jumping, rolling around, vocalizing and salivating. Noah’s ark catnip response lasts for about 10 minutes, after which the cat becomes temporarily immune to catnip’s effect on the body for approximately 30 minutes.
Can cats eat catnip?
Cats usually do not digest the herb but instead, play with it. There’s no evidence that catnip is harmful to cats or young kittens. However, if your cat eats a lot of fresh or dried catnip leaves, they can get an upset tummy and vomiting or diarrhea.
Can dogs eat catnip?
Yes! Not only is Noah’s ark catnip safe for dogs it can also be suitable for your furry companion. Catnip contains vitamins C and E, magnesium, flavonoids, tannins, and essential oils. When dogs are around catnip, it can have the opposite effects and act as a mild sedative. Catnip has been shown to help with various issues in dogs, such as assisting with nerves, bad belly, sleep and flea prevention.
How do I give catnip to my dog?
Noah’s ark catnip is not meant to be a daily supplement for your dog but can be used periodically. If you want to calm your dog during a potentially stressful situation, sprinkle up to ½ teaspoon of dried catnip on food. You can also add catnip to your dog’s drinking water.
Noah’s Ark Pet Treats is located in Canada, and proudly BC-owned, we specialize in super-premium all-natural, SINGLE INGREDIENT, healthy dog, cat & other pet treats, raw muscles, organs, and bones. Since November 2006, when we first began experimenting with different pet treats from our home kitchen, we have tested and perfected what we believe are some of the best treats around! In May 2010, we expanded to a full-size commercial kitchen that adheres to the strictest health and safety standards. You might like other Noah’s Ark products such as beef tripe, caplin fish treats, salmon skin chips, pork skins, chicken feet, duck feet, sardines, or coconut oil.