Best CBD for Dogs

Many people do not know that CBD is just as useful for dogs as it is for people. And it is legal! CBD has a lot of health and medical benefits, so there are many reasons to give CBD for dogs. Below you will find our favorite ways to use CBD for dogs.

With a soothing, calming effect in both humans and animals alike, this non-intoxicating compound is an excellent way to help manage anxiety and stress in your dog. This is even more important coming out of the pandemic... many dogs have gotten used to their parents being home all day and now that people are returning to work, the dog’s day and routine are being disrupted. This can lead to an increase in anxiety, excessive barking, destruction of property or health issues for your dog that CBD may help with.

Many dogs find themselves suffering from joint pain as they age and CBD, especially when combined with other healthy ingredients like MSM, Glucosamine and Chondroitin Sulfate can provide relief.

CBD is being studied for many potential health benefits, many that can be especially important to your dog who may be suffering from food allergies or other environmental sensitivities. CBD used in conjunction with a raw or natural diet has shown great benefits for dogs as well.

CBD can also help with aggression issues. Many dogs are very territorial and using CBD can help them calm down and relax. But keep in mind that CBD is not a miracle worker... breeds that are territorial by nature will still have those tendencies. It can help calm their mind so they are not so focused on territory and can relax a bit though. Many dog owners that use CBD to calm their territorial dog say they see a positive difference in behavior.

As you can see, CBD can be greatly beneficial to your dog. Many people give their dog a daily dose for general health and wellness and not necessarily for a specific ailment. CBD is chemically similar to a compound naturally produced by your dog's body, called 2-AG and it interacts with your dog's endocannabinoid system just like it does with yours when you take it. Your dog has an endocannabinoid system for a reason, and when CBD interacts with it, good things happen!

CBD is derived from the hemp plant. This is a cannabis sativa plant that has a THC level below 0.3% (in the USA) and allows for the extraction of all the healthy compounds found in hemp. Hemp is different from cannabis with a THC level greater than 0.3% as that is the plant that will get you high. Because dogs are extremely sensitive to the effects of THC, it is very important to avoid products with too much THC in them. 

You also want to know where the hemp was planted that was used to create the CBD product you are thinking of using with your dog. Hemp has been legalized in the USA, so it is legal to grow and use. But not all hemp is created equal. Some hemp is grown in China where pesticides and herbicides are used on the plants commonly. It is important to know where your hemp comes from so it does not affect your pets negatively. You will have a much easier time using CBD if you find a brand that makes a good quality dog product made from US grown hemp with no THC or low THC levels that work well for your dog.

You can give your dog CBD in many forms. A lot of owners prefer to give their dogs oil tinctures or pills for their dogs. Others prefer to give their dog treats with CBD in them. The amount of CBD you give your dog will depend on your dog's weight and how your dog reacts to CBD. You will be able to find the dosage recommendations for your specific pet on each product containing CBD. Just like with humans, you should always start at a lower dose and work your way up until you find the perfect happy medium with no side effects or negative reactions for your pet.

At Mellow Mammals, we carry a great line of products for your dog including CBD treats, CBD oil tinctures and CBD shampoo. If you are interested in giving your dog CBD, please be sure to check out our shop at . Thanks! #BestCBDforDogs


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