Yes. If the dosage is kept small, then there shouldn’t be any problem.
Cannabidiol has been shown to be have therapeutic properties for the following types of anxiety according to Jay O’Keefe from lolahemp.com:
Is feeding CBD to dogs widely accepted in Canada?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a compound found in the resinous flower of cannabis. Humans have been cultivating cannabis for thousands of years. Latest archaeological research on its use in the ancient times, leads us back to at least 8000 BC.
CBC Canada did a story where a woman in Montreal successfully tested CBD oil on her pet dog that suffered from hip dysplasia (where hips become stiff).
Yes, in rare cases; in case of a massive overdose given to a very tiny dog.
Nova CBD, based out of Vancouver, currently does one thing and they do it well: Making full strength 1000 mg isolate based CBD oil tinctures, with no THC and made from organic hemp derived CBD and organic MCT oil. With approximately 33 mg of pure CBD per dropper, this oil is safe for people who can’t consume THC.
Oral dosing is the quickest and best method for dogs, (hence why nearly every retailer sells theirs with a dropper). Most customers using CBD oil for their dogs just drop the oil right on their’ pup’s food. Check out our line of CBD oils for dogs for unflavoured, chicken and bacon.
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Before we go any further, a quick clarification on the difference between CBD and THC. Both CBD and THC are parts of the cannabis plant, known as ‘cannabinoids’. There are over 100 cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, but CBD and THC are the two most common. CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning it doesn’t have the ability to create a ‘high’ feeling. CBD is also safe for both humans and animals. THC is the part of the plant that causes that ‘high’ feeling, and can be toxic to dogs in certain amounts. Every precaution should be taken to ensure that your pup doesn’t snag that tasty THC cookie or candy off the table when you’re not looking. Emergency pet hospitalizations for THC ingestion are on the rise, so be careful with those THC goodies around your pet!
And the good news: Absolutely no adverse effects of giving a dog “too much” CBD have been found. While discussing dosage, Dr. McGrath mentioned that her epilepsy study uses higher dosages than other ongoing studies and that she saw no negative side effects from implementing this high dosage.
The research into using CBD for animals has just begun, and only a small portion of the possibly treatable ailments have been clinically tested, but as of right now, there are no known adverse side effects for dogs taking CBD. If your dog is currently on prescribed medications, it’s still smart to keep an eye on your pup to ensure that there are no negative interactions between the CBD oil and your pup’s current meds. Still, we do recommend speaking with your vet about starting your pet on any CBD routine.
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Although many CBD benefits are still anecdotal, there is enough evidence to consider cannabis to treat pets seriously. Here are some possible benefits:
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Animal advocates continue pressing the issue of legalizing cannabis for medical treatment. There is enough current research to make some vets revisit the possibility of animal CBD therapy.
CBD oil is definitely a great benefit from nature for people and their pets.