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It’s no secret that the CBD market has been gaining popularity recently. Now there are many CBD products available for pets and some even come with a vet’s recommendation. Generally, pet owners may wonder if CBD is safe for their dog or cat and what products will help their pet’s ailments the best.
Before considering CBD treats for your pet, it’s important to consult with your veterinarian to ensure that CBC can indeed help your furry friend’s health issues.
CBD, which stands for Cannabinol, is a part of the chemical makeup of cannabis plants that does not cause a psychoactive high. That high comes from the THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) part of the cannabis plant. Some CBD products might contain amounts of THC up to .03%, which is the legal limit.
Research has shown that CBD can help ailments in both humans and animals, but it has not gained official FDA approval yet. One of the main reasons most products haven’t gained approval is the fact that there are slight variances of the amount of CBD contained in the product compared to the content the label states. This is why we only sell the highest quality CBD products.
CBD treats come in various forms such as liquids, chewable treats, and topical products. There are pros and cons to each of these products.
CBD treats are easy to give your pet and contain a set dosage which is specified on the package. These treats can be given as a standalone reward for your pet or incorporated into mealtime. The only drawback of CBD treats is that your pet may not eat them if they’re picky, and you can’t really split the dosage up consistently if you’d like to give your pet a half or quarter dose.
CBD oils are an excellent product for first time users because you can start with a smaller dose and increase it as necessary. CBD oils can be given directly to your pet, but this method can sometimes be tricky, especially if your dog or cat doesn’t like their mouth being touched. If this is the case, you can drop the CBD dosage on your pets wet food.
These types of products can be applied directly to your pets skin which makes it easier if they have to be on strict diets or if they get an upset stomach when new foods are introduced to their diets. Examples of topical cbd products for pets are lotions, creams and gels.
According to an article by Today’s Veterinary Nurse, research on CBD for pets has primarily been conducted around “seizure control and pain reduction”. In addition to helping pets who suffer from chronic pain or seizures, CBD can also be used to treat anxiety in pets.
There still needs to be more research conducted around treatment for anxiety but CBD does the trick for certain animals where other medications don’t help reduce their anxiety. Before trying CBD on your pets, it’s best to consult with your veterinarian and do your own independent research of what products you think will best aid your companion.
Shopping for CBD treats can be intimidating because there are so many different brands and products available. Here are the two main things to do when researching the best CBD treats for your pet.
As with any medication, there can be side effects when giving CBD to your pet. These side effects are generally mild and can include, dry mouth, change of appetite, drowsiness, and diarrhea. If you notice that these side effects don’t clear up with time or worsen, contact your veterinarian.
These side effects become more severe the higher the dose of CBD is which is why it’s important to start your pet off on a lower dose and slowly increase it if needed.
When you’re looking for the best CBD products to help your furry friend live their best life make sure to check out Pure Oasis’ selection. Their boutique cannabis dispensary offers a user-friendly experience, with knowledgeable staff and a wide variety of high-quality CBD products.
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