Pet CBD Essentials: Complete Guide
CBD Essentials Natural Pet Tincture
CBD Essentials sells CBD Oil for dogs and cats that is safe and quality tested. Our Pet CBD Oil formula contains natural hemp oil and 15 milligrams of CBD in each bottle. The correct dosage to give your pet should be based on their weight. Typically, 1-2 mg for every 10 lbs is the recommended dosage. A half dropper of CBD Essentials Pet CBD is about .6 millimeters.
CBD Essentials Beef-Flavored Chews
These treats are usually a hit with most dogs and cats as they include a delicious beef flavor.
Our pet chews are infused with 2 mg of water soluble Phytocannabinoid-Rich (PCR) Hemp Oil.
These are perfect for on-the-go like when traveling with an anxious pet or if you’re out and about with them for the day.
For dosages, we recommend the following:
- Less than 10 lbs: 1/2 treat
- 10 - 25 lbs: 1 treat
- 25 - 75 lbs: 2 treats
- 75 or more lbs: 3 treats
Benefits of giving CBD to Pets
Some pups suffer from separation or noise anxiety and while this past year has been a likely dream-come-true for them (no large firework celebrations and many of us working from home), a lot of us are starting to return to the office. When dogs and cats suffer from separation anxiety, they can act out in various ways like tearing up the house or, on the other end of the spectrum, avoiding eating, sleeping etc.
Giving your pet a dose of CBD before you leave the house can help them feel better and stay calm while they patiently wait for your return.
Aches, Pains and Inflammation
Dogs and cats can get many of the same ailments we get, such as arthritis, joint pain, mobility issues and nerve-pain. Giving your pet CBD to help with these issues can benefit them greatly.
If your pet isn’t eating due to nausea, giving them CBD can help them regain their appetite. The CBD will act the same way that THC does when consumed and gives the feeling of the “munchies.”
Some cases, seizures
Some dog owners have reported that CBD has helped reduce or eradicate seizures in their pets. However, it’s always best to speak to your veterinarian before giving your pet any type of treatment.