CBD can be easily administered to your pet in treat or liquid form. Treats are a more appetizing option, however, the liquid drops option can provide easier ways to administer various dosages. Come in to Bark + Boarding and mention this article for 15% off Suzie’s CBD Treats or Drops.
Preliminary studies and anecdotal evidence have suggested that CBD can have an anti-tumor effect, stopping cancerous cells from growing and increasing tumor cell death by blocking their ability to produce energy.
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If your dog barks excessively, exhibits destructive behavior, or seems overly restless whenever you leave the house, there is a high chance they’re suffering from separation anxiety.
This is a common use for CBD in humans, but pets can also suffer from seizures, and CBD can help. There are other medicines often prescribed to help animals with seizure activity, but these can be harmful to their liver and may not always work.
It is well-reported that CBD has been effective against various types of pain, including inflammation and nerve-related pain. It can also help alleviate the effects of arthritis, helping with joint and mobility pain.
Although humans often report getting the “munchies” during or after consuming marijuana, your pet doesn’t have to get high to feel this effect. If your furry friend isn’t showing much appetite, CBD can help get them to eat. It’s also been shown to help with vomiting and nausea, even when toxins or drugs cause these symptoms.
Both hemp treats and CBD treats can be given to dogs, but be sure to talk to your veterinarian to determine which option is the best for your woof. A vet can help you determine how much hemp oil to give to your dog and explain the potential benefits and side effects your dog may experience.
Hemp dog supplements may also contribute to a healthier, shinier coat. Try giving your dog salmon-flavored AllergyImmunity soft chews for much-needed allergy and immune support.
Benefits of Hemp Dog Supplements & Treats
However, the main difference between CBD and hemp comes from how oil is derived. CBD oil, also known as cannabidiol, is extracted from the plant leaves and stems and is typically mixed with a carrier oil like coconut oil. It is legally allowed to have up to 3% THC content. There are different types of pet CBD oil products. For example, full-spectrum CBD dog treats contain trace amounts of THC while CBD isolate only has CBD and no THC.
Dog owners should also take into account how the hemp product will be given to the dog. You can find hemp tablets that can be hidden in peanut butter and other treats for picky dogs. There are also liquid hemp options that can be squeezed onto your dog’s food. You’ll also find hemp dog treats and chews that you can use to reward your dog and support their health at the same time.
If sustainability is important to you, look for organic hemp products that are grown using eco-friendly methods and high-quality ingredients. Avoid hemp dog treats that contain artificial preservatives and stick to non-GMO products to avoid side effects caused by poor-quality ingredients.