Questions about our pet products?
Who can eat Pet Grass?
Freeman Herbs offers Certified Organic (NOP) Pet Grass for your cats, dogs, birds, reptiles and small animals. All the animals that eat our pet grass will benefit from gaining more green nutrition.
Why buy Pet Grass?
Our pets tend to be lacking in certain nutrients and green nutrition, this is why pet grass is the perfect addition to your pet's diet!
It contains vegetable fiber for a very healthy digestive system. Feeding pet grass to your furry family members is also a good way to deter them from eating potentially harmful house plants and outdoor grasses.
What is the shelf life of Pet Grass?
The average life span of your organic potted pet grass is around 2-3 weeks. However this greatly depends on several factors; temperature, watering, how much your cat is eating etc. Some ways that you could extend the life of your plant is by refrigerating when your pet isn’t using it. Keep plant trimmed in order to encourage regrowth.
Indoor Pet Grass Vs. Outdoor Grass?
Pet grass isn’t like normal grass, it contains several nutrients that your pets will never get from outdoor grasses. Your potted pet grass is a special combination of oats, barley and wheat. Outdoor grass tastes completely different than Freemans Organic (NOP) Pet Grass! The other MAJOR factor that differentiates between the grasses is that Freemans Organic (NOP) Pet Grass is exactly that CERTIFIED ORGANIC (NOP) - meaning no harmful sprays, pesticides, or chemicals, unlike the grass we find outside! Keep your pets healthy and safe by always purchasing certified organic (NOP)!
Why buy fresh organic catnip?
Completely safe for you precious feline.
Most cats are attracted to the smell of catnip and will rub and chew the leaves and
stems releasing the natural chemical Nepetalactone.
Live plants have a stronger smell.
Pure Catnip-no fillers
Use as a training tool-rub a few leaves on a scratching post and not the furniture.
Catnip can easily be cared for just like a regular house plant!
Add some full sun and an average amount of water so your catnip will have a very nice life span. Catnip can get fairly tall if left untrimmed so be sure to trim your plant as it grows to avoid stalks from becoming tall and lanky. For a bushier plant you can pinch back the young growth, if you begin to see blooms on your plant, pinch these off as well in order to promote more leaf growth. You can let your cats eat and rub the leaves directly off of the potted plant or you can also harvest the leaves for drying. If you want to trim your plant and keep the leaves “fresh” they can be put in a sealed plastic bag and put in the freezer for stuffing into cat toys at a later time.