CBD OIL has been making great traction in recent years as an alternative treatment plan for our pets. More and more people are choosing CBD as a more holistic option instead of pharmaceutical treatments or even as a companion to vet prescribed medication. Though research is somewhat limited and the reports are largely anecdotal, pooch parents are finding real improvements in their pets after giving them CBD oil. The benefits of CBD has convinced even the hardened sceptic that this product really does work.

According to research, CBD oil is safe, but the right dosage is very important. CBD, a powerful compound found in the cannabis plant, does not contain TCH, so there is no risk of any mind-altering effects for your dog. CDB is not a curative treatment, but it does wonders in mitigating and easing the unpleasant symptoms that comes with conditions such as:

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  • Epilepsy CBD can reduce seizures and other symptoms associated with epilepsy.
  • Anxiety Separation anxiety or phobias can be managed due to CBD's anxiolytic properties.
  • Degenerative joint diseases CBD is a wonderful anti-inflammatory that can ease the discomfort caused by arthritis and dysplasia.
  • Cancer CBD can be ideal for pain management in dogs with cancer.
  • Digestive issues CBD can decrease nausea and a renew a previously low or lost appetite.


Side effects with CBD are incredibly rare, but something that is very important to consider is dosage. When too much is given, your pet runs the risk of experiencing potential side effects, such as:

  • Dry mouth Dry mouth can lead to bad breath, poor dental health, and can make it uncomfortable for them to swallow. Make sure it there is bowl of water close by to keep them properly hydrated.
  • Lethargy This happens when dogs are given too much CBD. Smaller doses are recommended, especially if you start to notice that your otherwise active dog is more tired than usual. The ideal dosage is 1-5mg per 10 pounds of body weight.
  • Dizziness If you have used CBD that is of poor quality or has traces of THC, there is a risk of your dog feeling dizzy, struggling to stand up properly, and falling over. Make sure that the CBD you give them is of high quality and full spectrum with absolutely no traces of THC.
  • Upset stomach CBD might cause an upset stomach, vomiting, or diarrhea, because you're introducing something new to their diet. They may feel nausea before they get used to CBD oil. This can be due to giving them a higher dose than is needed or the taste of the oil is unpleasant and off-putting. Try giving them some delicious treats if this is the case.
  • Low blood pressure High doses can cause a temporary drop in blood pressure. Make sure the dosage is correct. If this issue persists, rather stop giving them CBD and check in with your vet.
  • Itching Though quite uncommon, itching can occur after a CBD dose. Again, you may have to lower the dose or stop completely if your dog is itching and scratching more than usual.
  • Tremors CBD could increase tremors in dogs with Parkinson’s disease or other nerve related conditions.


Yes, they do! There have been profoundly positive changes in pets that are on a CBD treatment plan, with pet owners noticing drastic changes and improvements. CBD oil is not a cure-all, but it can greatly relieve uncomfortable symptoms and pain related to disease or illness. The potential benefits do seem to significantly outweigh the side effects of this treatment option.

It is of the utmost importance that you consult your vet first. They will have much more up-to-date information and scientific data on CBD, and can give you the best advice on whether or not your dog should have any CBD oil products.

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