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Fine CBD Oil For Dogs – Top Pet Supplement Choices of 2020

Impressed with the results they’re getting, CBD Oil for dogs is gaining popularity among pet owners.

While every animal is different, anecdotal stories show there’s a good chance CBD can help. Common sense protocols are in place to help you figure out the best way to incorporate CBD into your dog’s health plan.

These types of changes are to be done incrementally. We recommend working with your veterinarian, especially if your dog is on other medications. CBD alters the way certain medicines are assimilated by your pet’s body, potentially causing more or less absorption medicinal metabolism into their system(s), and thus needs to be monitored by a professional. Never discontinue pet prescriptions or use CBD for dogs without getting the all-clear from your pup’s doctor (vet).

What is CBD Oil For Dogs?

CBD is one of many phytocannabinoids that comes from the hemp plant. It appears to benefit both humans and animals. When ingested customers report great benefit with little or no side effects for both their pets and themselves.

Hemp and marijuana come from the cannabis family. They look like twins but are very different in composition. Marijuana plants have high amounts of psychoactive THC and minuscule amounts of CBD.

Hemp plants are the opposite

They have high amounts of CBD, which is non psychoactive, and small amounts of THC. Products legal to sell in all 50 states must have less than .3% THC, an amount shown to have no psychoactive effects. When we say “CBD for dogs,” what we mean, ideally, is full-spectrum hemp for dogs, case permitting.

CBD is extracted from sativa hemp plants and made into tinctures for humans and animals, concentrates, vape oils, edibles, skin care products, and more. Some products contain only CBD isolate and others, called full spectrum, have a wide range of beneficial cannabinoids that work together.

What is Full Spectrum and Why Is It Important?

Research is showing the benefits of taking full spectrum CBD oil outweigh ingesting isolated cannabinoids. It’s due to what’s become known as The Entourage Effect; essential cannabinoids CBD, CBG, CBC, CBN, THC, and terpenes work together to provide longer lasting relief for humans and our pet.

Is CBD Oil for Dogs Safe?

The short answer is yes. Just like human beings, dogs have an endocannabinoid system that keeps them in balance. But the truth is most evidence to date is anecdotal, not based on scientific studies. The good news is, science is coming around, as you will see as you read on.

While some CBD products contain negligible amounts of THC, less than .3% by law, there’s no need to worry. It’s not enough to hurt your pet.

What’s the Difference Between Hemp Oil vs. CBD Oil for Dogs?

It’s easy to be confused by these two oils until you understand the difference.

CBD oil for Dogs from Steve’s Goods is extracted from the whole plant and contains homeostasis producing cannabinoids.

Hemp Oil comes from seed and only seed. While it has desirable qualities and is excellent in a salad dressing with umeboshi plum vinegar, it doesn’t contain CBD or offers any of its benefits. But it will make your dogs coat shiny!

If you’re not sure what you’re getting, take a look at the price. Hemp Oil is much less expensive than CBD isolate.

What the Difference Between CBD Oil for Dogs and CBD Oil for People?

Flavor Profile

We’re pretty sure Salmon flavored CBD oil might not appeal to too many people, although you may be the exception!

CBD Oil Potency

For easier dosing, Pet CBD comes in 75 mg. and 150 mg. lower than oil made for humans.

Using CBD for Your Dog — Side Effects

According to the American Kennel Club’s Chief Veterinary Officer, Dr. Jerry Klein, studies have yet to be done, to date, there is no scientific data. But, some side effects noted include dry mouth, drowsiness, the same ones that affect humans.

Thank you for choosing CBD for Dogs from Steve’s Goods!

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