Stewart’s efforts in helping homeless pets earned him the moniker, “The Street Vet” and he now has his own online reality TV series of the same name, and has been a guest on The Dr. Oz Show, CNN and CBS News. Charlotte’s Web has made a substantial contribution to Stewart’s 501c3 nonprofit organization to expand its outreach beyond California and fulfill its mission of pet care nationwide.
“I’m thrilled to be working with Charlotte’s Web and its amazing team of animal lovers. I’m passionate about educating pet owners about the ongoing CBD research that is showing promising results for better wellness and comfort,” said Stewart. “I want to also send a heartfelt thanks to Charlotte’s Web for its generous donation to my ongoing mission to help the pets of our homeless population. It will surely make a huge difference in the lives of the pets and their owners.”
Charlotte’s Web said it will collaborate with Stewart to educate pet owners and promote natural wellness and care. The first of these free educational programs kicks off Friday, June 26 as part of the company’s ‘Searching for Answers” series.
Charlotte’s Web CEO Deanie Elsner, said: “The Street Vet’s years of veterinary experience and compassionate service to healing pets, makes this doctor and activist an ideal ambassador for Charlotte’s Web’s pet products.”
Homeless pets often have limited access to medical checkups and vaccines, endure poor nutritional health and enhanced street noises, among other stressors. Serving as Charlotte’s Web’s official Pet Vet Ambassador, Stewart will utilize the company’s products to help homeless pets and educate veterinarians around the country about hemp derived CBD products for pets.