If this image makes you dread the Fourth of July because your poor fur babies spend the days before and after trembling in fear, keep reading! This post is for you.
CBD has anti-anxiety properties that work very well with canine chemistry. One client described the effect as making her guy a mellow fellow.
Another client said that her pup no longer hides in the bathtub during a storm and just rests comfortably.
Do your CBD treats make my dog high?
There are very big differences between the two strains of cannabis. Pet CBD (cannabidiol) oil supplements are extracted from industrial hemp (Sativa) plants which have high levels of CBD and virtually no THC (tetrahydrocannabinol, the compound that gives marijuana its psychoactive properties). Conversely, THC with levels large enough to produce a high is found in the marijuana strain, which contains very little CBD. CBD extracted from industrial hemp is legal in all states, but marijuana is still illegal in Texas.
This difference is crucial because THC can be toxic to dogs, but CBD is safe. Hemp CBD offers the calming your dog needs without the THC, so you can be assured that your dog won’t get high. Your dog will simply experience mild relaxation.
What’s the best way to give my pup CBD?
When considering CBD, most people think of CBD oil. Bottled CBD oils with droppers are good options because they make it easy to measure the right dose. You can give CBD oil directly in the mouth or add it to food or a treat.
The CBD oil I offer is is very effective and I recommend it for pups that need to take CBD every day.
Here is one stinking point. Since some CBD products have a “grassy” taste, if your pup is picky, you may want to consider my dog treats.
Dogs love the taste. I add coconut oil that also super beneficial for digestion and their skin. Treats remain in the freezer and are very easy to give.
CBD treats for dogs are convenient, and it’s likely that your pup will love them. However, they can get expensive if you have a large dog or if you’re planning on long-term use.