CBD For Pets

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the many active compounds found in the Cannabis sativa plant. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is another active compound and the most well-known, due to its psychoactive properties — it’s the compound that gets you “high.” Some of the states have began to legalize both medical and recreational cannabis, the market has come up with many CBD products including CBD for pets  that help to treat pain, control anxiety and many more. 

For anxiety problems, CBD oil can will start working on your dog in about 30-60 mintues, for chronic issues like joint pain it may take 2-3 weeks to effect. There is no definitive scientific data on using CBD to treat dogs, but many owners have suggested CBD working on their pets. Here are some of CBD products that can help your pet with many problems like pain, anxiety, mobility etc

Agility + Pet Snacks

Agility+ contains a specific formulation of various medicinal plants and other natural active ingredients. This formulation contains natural hemp extract, extracted in a special gentle process. Hemp is a natural formulation to mankind, as a result this hemp is mixed with other essential ingredients to form a product that helps your dog from inflammation. It improves the dog’s quality of life at every stage. 

Paw Treats - Relax+

Many pets are scared by loud noices of firecrackers or thunderstorms, as a result it leads to stress and aggression. This Relax+ paw treats would help you dog get ride of stress, aggressive behavior and anxiety. Give your pet this treat twice a day (morning and evening) The Relax+ snack contains 15% crude protein (the amount of protein in the dogs food) and 10% crude fat that would be necessary in a dogs body to balance out all the nutrients. Take suggestions from you vet regarding the amount of nutrients that has to be given to your pet. 

Balance+ Paw Treats

If your dog is suffering from nausea and vomiting, seizures, pain, signs of aging; this is just the right solution. These tinctures come in two variations, 1% for cats and small dogs and other 7% for big dogs. If you have a small dog, you can feed them the 1% tincture, two times a week 1 drop per 1kg body weight. and then you can slowly increase the number of drops from 1 to 3. If you have bigger, large mass dogs give them the 7% tincture twice a week 1 drop per 10kg body weight.and then gradually increase the number of drops from 1 to 4.