How Hemp/CBD Can Help Your Pet’s Health

Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, stimulates the animal’s own EndoCannabinoid System, causing relief from numerous symptoms and conditions likeAnxiety, Inflammation, Arthritis, Joints, Allergies, Skin Conditions, Digestive Issues, Cancer, Nausea and more.

Although Federal Regulation hinders research on this topic, many individuals have used CBD on their animals to achieve great results. Talk to your veterinarian about how Cannabidiol can help your furry, feathered or scaly friend. Infused with CBD isolate to deliver safe effective treatment

Products containing Hemp/CBD are NOT pharmaceuticals. They are organic, plant-based, non-GMO nutritional products that you can feed or use for  your pet with total confidence and ease. All products provide nutritional cannabinoids.

Hemp Oil vs. Marijuana: Why You Need to Know the Difference

When thinking about CBD for your pet, you should first understand the difference between marijuana and hemp. First, they both come from the same cannabis sativa plant, however, have different properties and results.

Marijuana – is the buds, leaves, and resin of the cannabis plant and are a high source of a substance called tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). This is what results in a psychoactive effect in humans, or in other terms, getting ‘high.’

Hemp – is the rest of the plant. This part of the plant contains less than 3% of tetrahydrocannabinol but does contain a substance called cannabidiol (CBD). Cannabidiol activated receptor sites in the body’s endocannabinoid system.

CBD hemp oil is not associated with the “high” of marijuana, otherwise known as the THC.

 Safe & Natural

Cannabidoids (like CBD) are naturally occurring compounds present in plants, cultivated for thousands of years because they interact with the endocannabinoid system (ECS). Our pet products are infused with CBD isolate to deliver safe effective treatment.

All of our products are formulated and manufactured in our USA-based GMP certified laboratories. All formulations are organic, non-GMO and vegan, free of animal products, preservatives, SLS, gelatin, wheat, gluten, sugar, and dairy and using CBD from the whole Hemp plant- NOT the marijuana plant.

Are “Cannabinoids” Good for My Pet?

CBD products are absolutely safe for your dog as they are non-toxic and offer relaxing stimulant and pain-relief effects. Cannabinoids come from the hemp oil (or hemp seed oil) and leave out most if not all of the THC making it a safe supplement for your pet

CBD it is completely safe and has been used by many other pet owners in your position.

Many are hesitant to try the substance on their dogs for fear of the “CBD name”. However, CBDis safe and has some incredible benefits for your dog

Alleviate your pet’s pain and help them relax and get relief during their troubling times. CBD products can help you do that, and give your pet some quality of life back that other products can’t achieve.

Will CBD Give My Pet a ‘Buzz?’

No! CBD products are not a psychoactive agent, meaning that they do not contain the substance THC that causes this reaction. Marijuana comes from the hemp plant Cannabis sativa with the active ingredient THC, but CBD is a relaxant and pain-relief agent and non-psychotropic.

 CBD for Pets Dosage

The majority of products will have the recommended dosage on them, but it’s best to start with the lowest amount possible to see how your pet reacts to the substance. Gradually increase this every 5 days until the desired effect is seen.


CBD is available in many convenient forms. Extracts can be given from a dropper bottle directly into the mouth, added to food, dropped on a treat, rubbed into bare skin or inside the ears, or dropped on an animal’s paw so they will lick it off.

Dosage can vary quite a bit from one situation to the next. It may be necessary to experiment a little to find the right amount, and how often to give.

Typical suggested starting dose: 1 mg – 5 mg per 10 lbs. of bodyweight

1 – 5mg


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 1 – 5mg

 2 – 10mg

 3 – 15mg

 4 – 20mg

 5 – 25mg

 6 – 30mg

 7 – 35mg

 8 – 40mg

Start with a dose on the low end of the range. Changes usually occur within 30 minutes. If there is no change after an hour, increase the dosage. Occasionally improvements will take more than one treatment. To control pain, give approximately every 8 hours. For other uses, or to break unwanted behavior patterns, give once or twice a day. Remember that you cannot overdose and there is no toxicity associated with CBD.

In addition to helping your pets with various ailments and conditions, here are some pet related situations that CBD may help ease:

  • lack of appetite
  • separation anxiety
  • excessive barking by dogs
  • nausea from car rides
  • lack of vitality and energy
  • trips to the vet or groomer

For more information on how more and more people are using CBD products for pets click here.