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There is a lot of buzz surrounding the use of CBD these days.  It is touted to have a wide range of health benefits from reducing inflammation symptoms to calming anxiety.  Did you know that CBD may also be beneficial for your dog?  There are currently no studies that have been conducted on dogs specifically, but all mammals possess an endocannabinoid system (ECS) that is responsible for maintaining balance and homeostasis of cells throughout the body.  Studies on the effects of CBD on the ECS have indicated that there may be many significant benefits to using CBD. But before you rush out to buy CBD supplements for your pooch, there are some things you should consider. about dogs and CBD Oil.

1: CBD is not psychoactive

CBD, which stands for cannabidiol, is a non-psychoactive compound found in the cannabis plant.  Most of the CBD oil found in the U.S. is derived from the hemp plant, not marijuana.  It typically contains less than .3% THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), and THC is what gives marijuana its psychoactive properties.  This means that your dog will not get “high” from taking CBD oil.

2. What ailments may benefit from CBD use?

While there is definitive data on the use of CBD for dogs, anecdotal evidence from dog owners supports its use for a variety of ailments. Do you have a dog that suffers from separation anxiety or noise-induced anxiety?  Many dog owners have reported that CBD is effective in calming and reducing anxiety in their canines.  It has also been reportedly used with success in the treatment of seizures.  Another popular application is in the therapy for pain caused by inflammation.  CBD may also stimulate appetite, which is good news for pet parents that have trouble getting their dogs to eat.

3. Possible side effects of dogs and CBD Oil

Since there are no studies on the effects of CBD in dogs, we must again rely on anecdotal evidence and evidence from research done on humans.  One possible side effect is dry mouth as CBD use may decrease saliva production.  Combat this by checking your dog’s water dish more frequently to ensure she always has plenty of clean water to drink.  Another possible side effect of CBD use could be low blood pressure.  This has only been reported when high doses are given, so if your dog shows signs of low blood pressure, such as confusion or weakness, reduce the dose of CBD and talk to your veterinarian.  Dog owners have also reported slight drowsiness in dogs that have been given CBD for anxiety, especially in high doses.

4. Dosage

Again, there are no studies on appropriate CBD dosage for dogs, therefore it is not known what amount may be toxic.  All supplements carry some risk, and it is always a good idea to talk with your veterinarian before introducing something new to your dog.  A general rule of thumb is to start with the lowest dose possible and gradually increase the amount every five days until you see the desired outcome.  Closely monitor your pet, and if you see any of the above mentioned side effects, stop use immediately, and consult with your veterinarian.

5. Where to buy CBD oil for dogs

Because the CBD industry is not regulated, it is important to purchase your CBD supplements from reputable sources.  Look for products that are organic or at least free of pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, and solvents.  Keep in mind that higher quality products typically translate into a higher price, so don’t look for the cheapest available product.  Look for products that list the amount of CBD oil and ensure that there is little to no THC in them.  To get the most out of your supplement, shop for tinctures instead of treats.  CBD infused treats generally have smaller amounts of the compound and may not be as beneficial.  Tinctures are also administered in drops which can easily be adjusted to ensure proper dosage.

Given its diverse potential health benefits and its natural origins, CBD oil could be a good supplement for your dog.  With the current and growing interest in CBD, there are likely to be more studies done on the efficacy and potential uses. Check out new CannazALL Pets™ CBD products from HempLife Today™

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