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King Kanine Dog Products 2023 Review: Our Expert’s Opinion

Rachel Giordano

By Rachel Giordano


Our Final Verdict

We give King Kanine a rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars.

Cannabidiol (CBD oil) has become the craze in the United States over the last few years, with products designed specifically to help relieve stress, anxiety, muscle disorders, and even seizures. CBD oil is not just for humans, and the company King Kanine realized back in 2015 that our pets could benefit from CBD oil, too.

CBD is a chemical derived from the hemp part of a cannabis Sativa plant, meaning it contains very little to no TCH—the famous chemical known as delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, which produces the “high” effect. Some CBD oil Kanine King products contain as little as 0.3% THC, which will not make your pet “high” when given the correct amount specified by the company.1

King Kanine set out to produce products with natural healing properties that seem to help many pets throughout the country. I had the opportunity to try some of their products on my own two dogs, a Border Collie/Sheltie mix and a Boston Terrier. In this article, we will review the products I had the pleasure of testing and explain the benefits, pros, and cons of each one to help you determine if King Kanine products are right for your pet.

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At a Glance – What We Reviewed:

Rating Image Product Details
Our Favorite
King Kalm Crunch Blueberry Apple Flax Blaze King Kalm Crunch Blueberry Apple Flax Blaze
  • All-natural, holistic ingredients
  • Contains broad-spectrum hemp oil
  • Includes vitamins and omega fatty acids
  • Second place
    King Kalm CBD Oil 300 MG King Kalm CBD Oil 300 MG
  • Made with natural krill oil
  • Comes with dosing chart
  • Produces a calming effect for anxious pets
  • Third place
    King Komb Deshedding Tool King Komb Deshedding Tool
  • Works well on short-haired dogs
  • Rubber bristles for delicate areas
  • Retractable blade for removing hair
  • King Klean In Between Bath Spray King Klean In Between Bath Spray
  • All-natural, holistic ingredients
  • Formulated to kill bacteria and germs that cause malodors
  • Eco-friendly and alcohol-free
  • King Kalm Soothe King Kalm Soothe
  • Contains aloe vera, tea tree oil, and chamomile
  • Made with CBD from hemp, free of THC.
  • Manufactured in a ISO-90001 Certified FDA Facility
  • King Kanine Products Reviewed

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    Who Makes King Kanine and Where Is It Produced?

    King Kanine was founded in 2015 by Jeff Riman, co-founder and CEO of the company. The company’s products are produced and manufactured in Plantation, Florida, where they comply with the appropriate manufacturing regulations. This company has many products to promote wellness for pets, with many containing CBD oil. They always include a dosing chart so that you can rest assured you’re giving the correct dose for your pet according to your pet’s weight. Plus, all King Kanine products are all-natural, gluten-free, and made in the USA.

    A unique feature is that the company puts a QR code on each product that will link you to third-party lab results with the Certificate of Analysis, which shows you exactly what is in the products. Pet owners want reassurance that any product they give or use on their pets is safe, and King Kanine does a superb job of providing that reassurance.

    All of their products are pesticide and solvent-free, and the CBD oil used is derived from hemp plants in the United States that are compliant with federal and local laws. The company is reputable and has been recognized by Pet Business Magazine, ABC News, CBS, and several pet-related publications.

    Which Types of Pets Is King Kanine Best Suited For?

    King Kanine offers products for dogs and cats. The company offers CBD oil for specific breeds, grooming tools that work well for dogs, cats, and horses, and many other products that aim to promote wellness in a natural and safe way, such as fungal treatment, bedding spray, sprays for in between baths, and treats. King Kanine’s products are excellent for pets that could benefit from all-natural calming products that relieve anxiety and stress and even joint ache relief, as their products promote a normal, inflammatory response.

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    Discussion of the Primary Ingredients (Good and bad)

    a dog sniffing the king kalm crunch packaging

    Ingredients in King Kanine Treats:

    • Stone Ground Oat Flour provides vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
    • Sweet potatoes are an excellent fiber and vitamin source for your pet.
    • Eggs provide fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, and protein.
    • Blueberries are excellent in providing antioxidants and vitamin C.
    • Apples provide vitamins A and C, potassium, and antioxidants. We should note that if you ever feed apples to your pet as a treat, ensure the stem and seeds are removed, as they are toxic to pets.
    • Honey can reduce inflammation and provide anti-fungal properties.
    • Almonds (King Kalm Crunch Honey Oat) may be a bit of a controversial ingredient, but they can be beneficial in small amounts.
    • Flax seeds are packed with protein and fiber.
    • Black Peppercorn is another controversial with mixed feelings on its safety; however, a small amount is generally safe.
    • Turmeric is an excellent anti-inflammatory source.
    • Cinnamon has anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties.

    Ingredients in CBD Products:

    • Krill oil offers omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamin A.
    • Hemp seed oil is made from seeds derived from the hemp plant and offers omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.

    Anti-Itch Spray 

    • CBD Oil
    • Aloe Vera (external use only)
    • Chamomile is a muscle relaxant, anti-inflammatory, and mild sedative.
    • Tea tree oil is another controversial ingredient but is deemed safe in small and diluted amounts.

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    Pet parents want assurance that any product they give their pets is safe, and King Kanine does an excellent job of allowing you to see exactly what is in their products via a QR code, which is on every product they make. The QR code takes you directly to the Full Panel Tests along with the Certificate of Analysis, and each product must pass lab tests to ensure it complies with federal laws.

    Each product gives you a dosing chart depending on your pet’s weight, and all CBD oils are manufactured in a GMP Compliant, ISO-90001 Certified FDA facility.


    A slight drawback is the price, as some King Kanine products are a little pricey compared to its competitors. For example, you’ll pay $50 for a small bottle of 150 milligrams of CBD oil for a Boston Terrier, which is almost double the cost compared to other companies. You’ll also pay $35 for an 8-ounce package of calming treats. Bear in mind that King Kanine uses high-quality, gluten-free ingredients, which can increase their prices.

    Customer Service

    I have not dealt with King Kanine’s customer service department personally, but the company receives some negative reviews in that area. Most feedback from consumers involves a lack of email correspondence and the company not providing shipping information.

    king kanine king kalm cbd oil

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    A Quick Look at King Kanine Pet Products

    • All-natural and gluten-free products
    • Manufactured in GMP Compliant, ISO-90001 Certified FDA facility
    • Dosing charts available
    • Variety of products available
    • High-quality ingredients
    • Expensive
    • Poor customer service

    Recall History

    When this article was written, King Kanine had no recalls to date.

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    Reviews of the 3 Best King Kanine Products

    As I’ve mentioned, I had the pleasure of trying a few products from King Kanine on my dogs firsthand. Below you’ll find three reviews of the products I used the most to give honest feedback.

    1. King Kalm Crunch Blueberry Apple Flax Blaze

    King Kalm Crunch Blueberry Apple Flax Blaze

    (Use code HEPPER15)

    This all-natural calming cooking is to be given once a day for pets under 50 pounds, and two cookies can be given for pets over 50 pounds per day. It contains wholesome ingredients, such as stone ground oat flour, sweet potatoes, eggs, blueberries, diced apples, honey, and flax seeds. It’s also made with broad-spectrum hemp oils and packed with vitamins and omega fatty acids.

    My Border Collie/Sheltie mix is 14 years old and has a bit of muscle atrophy in her back legs. After giving her one cookie per day, she seems more active and wants to play more than she has in the past. Both my dogs—my other is a Boston Terrier—seem to love the taste of these cookies, and it seems to help my Border Collie/Sheltie mix with her mobility issues.

    These cookies are expensive for an 8-ounce bag, but if it helps your pet as it has helped mine, these cookies are worth the expense if you can fit them into your budget.

    • All-natural, holistic ingredients
    • Contains broad-spectrum hemp oil
    • Includes vitamins and omega fatty acids
    • Expensive
    • Only comes in an 8-ounce package

    2. King Kalm CBD Oil 300 MG

    King Kalm CBD Oil 300 MG

    (Use code HEPPER15)

    King Kanine’s King Kalm CBD Oil 300 MG is made with high omega-3 natural krill oil (3%). It’s pesticide and solvent-free, and veterinary-approved. This product contains less than 0.3% THC, so you don’t have to worry about it giving your pet a “high.” The product comes complete with a dosing chart based on your pet’s weight and a handy syringe for administering.

    The dosing chart also gives a dosing recommendation based on a standard dose to provide support for mild issues and general health and a medicinal dose to relieve severe discomfort, severe anxiousness, and digestion issues. The package also explains how CBD works with instructions on how to administer it.

    This product comes in a 30-milliliter glass bottle and is expensive. Some dogs may have a hard time with administration, as some pets may not like the taste. My dogs tolerated it, but I could tell they were not crazy about the taste. However, it did produce a calming effect for my two dogs, and this product may be a lifesaver for those with anxious dogs.

    • Comes with dosing chart
    • Chart explains how CBD oil works
    • Comes with a syringe for administering
    • Produces a calming effect for anxious pets
    • Made with natural krill oil
    • Pet may not like the taste
    • Expensive

    3. King Komb Deshedding Tool

    King Komb Deshedding Tool

    (Use code HEPPER15)

    The King Komb Deshedding Tool has a cool feature where you retract the blade to remove dead hair collected after brushing. The multi-use tool also has a rubber bristled side for delicate areas, such as the hips and head, and the rubber side works well to remove hair from furniture or bedding.  This tool also removes dander along with dead hair, and it has an ergonomic design for comfort while using.

    This deshedding tool is designed for dogs and horses, and you can apply as much pressure as needed or as much as your pet can tolerate. It doesn’t hurt your pet and won’t cut the hair.

    This tool did not work well on my Border Collie/Sheltie mix’s coarse and thick double coat but worked well on my Boston Terrier, who has a single short coat. I have friends that run a horse rescue and decided to try this tool out in the equine world. The verdict: this tool worked wonderfully for brushing horses and does quite well removing dead hair from them. The horses seemed to love it, too. It’s expensive for a deshedding tool, and it seems to depend on the type of coat your pet has on whether it works well, and that’s important considering the price.

    • Retractable blade for removing hair
    • Rubber bristles for delicate areas
    • Can use rubber side to remove hair from clothing and bedding
    • Works well on horses and short-haired dogs
    • Does not work well on long, thick coats
    • Expensive

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    Our Experience With King Kanine

    My Border Collie/Sheltie mix and Boston Terrier did well with the King Kalm Crunch cookies. I noticed a big difference in my Border Collie’s mobility and desire to play, and the cookies seemed to produce a calming effect but not a “high,” which is a good thing.

    I did receive the King Kalm bed spray, which worked to keep my dogs’ bedding smelling fresh and clean, as well as the King Klean In Between Bath Spray, which made my dogs smell fresh and clean. I did not notice any itching from the sprays, and they contain no parabens or sulfates. The formulas are safe in case your pet licks, and they are both made from natural lemongrass.

    The 300-milligram bottle of CBD oil seemed to have a calming effect on my dogs, but they were not fans of the taste. I was pleased with the dosing chart and information that came with the product.

    Overall, our experience with King Kanine was positive. Still, we want to note that you should consult your veterinarian before giving any type of CBD product to ensure there are no interactions with your pet’s current medications.

    dogs sniffing the king kalm soothe product

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    King Kanine takes pride in manufacturing high-quality products for dogs and cats. All products are sourced and made in the USA, and all products are made in a GMP Compliant, ISO-90001 FDA facility. They have an array of products to suit your needs, and you can scan the QR code to get the Full Panel Tests complete with a Certificate of Analysis on each product.

    The company’s products are expensive compared to its competitors, but you can rest assured the ingredients are all-natural and safe. Remember to consult your veterinarian before administering any CBD product, especially if your pet is on any medications, to ensure no interactions are possible. The CBD products are registered with the FDA but are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any illness. Overall, we feel confident in recommending this company to our readers.

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