Lifestyle guru Martha Stewart launched a range of cannabis-infused oil drops and soft-baked chews for dogs on Tuesday, months after the successful launch of their cannabidiol (CBD) gum goodies hit shelves for people in the United States was.

With a nearly year-long partnership with Canada’s Canopy Growth, the world’s leading pot producer by market value, Stewart is now looking to reach pet owners and capitalize on a surge in demand for pot-based products.

Last year you should stay at home to contain the spread of entertainment options of COVID-19 with reduced entertainment options and to fuel stress and anxiety. Cannabis-infused foods such as gums and chocolates, as well as beverages, were among the most sought-after cannabis products.

CBD, a non-psychoactive compound primarily derived from hemp, is being researched for various medicinal uses and is widely touted for having relaxing properties.

Stewart wants to bring these benefits to dogs with CBD Oil Drops and Soft Baked Chews, which she claims can promote mental and physical well-being, reduce stress, and keep joints healthy and movement.

“My dogs are not just my companions, they are part of my family, and I value their emotional and physical well-being as much as I do,” Stewart said in a statement.

“Just as CBD can support human wellbeing, it has been shown to improve the quality of life for pets,” she added.

Stewart’s line will include soft chew, which is marketed in three different categories – wellness, rest, and mobility – and ranges from $ 19.99 to $ 22.99 depending on the formula and dog size.

Products will be available next month on Canopy’s e-commerce websites and on the Franchise Group’s The Vitamin Shoppe website.

According to a report released by Grand View Research Inc in August, the pet CBD products market is projected to reach sales of around $ 400 million in 2027, up from just $ 37.4 million the previous year.