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CBD Products For Dogs
Our dog approved full-spectrum hemp oils, tasty treats, and peanut butter toy fillers are a perfect addition to your dog’s daily wellness routine and may help relieve painful conditions, reduce anxiety, and may support dogs who suffer from seizures. We have a broad selection for all canine sizes, guaranteed your dog will love. Our veterinary team can also work with your veterinarian to determine appropriate dosing and product selection.
FAQ’s about giving dogs CBD products:
How do I give my dog CBD products?
We offer full-spectrum CBD products, so our full terpene profile offers an aromatic character to some of our hemp products. After the initial response, dogs tend to love the taste and lick the oil directly off a shallow bowl or a clean surface. We do not recommend letting dogs lick the dropper as it can contaminate the rest of the oil once re-introduced back into the bottle. CBD is best absorbed more rapidly through the oral cavity as opposed to eating in food. However, studies have shown that dosing around mealtime contributes to a more effective absorption rate. So, if your dog is easier to give CBD in their food, it will still be highly effective on a treat or in their food. Learn more about dosing your dog with CBD on the VetCS blog.
Can I give my pregnant dog CBD?
We do not recommend using CBD products in pregnant or lactating dogs because of a lack of safety research during pregnancy.
Can I give CBD to my puppy?
We do not recommend giving CBD products to dogs less than six months of age. If you want to use CBD in a puppy over six months of age for anxiety or high energy, we encourage you to seek a positive reinforcement dog trainer to assist you and your puppy on your training journey. If the anxiety persists, CBD might be a great option to introduce into your dog’s daily routine later.
Can CBD help my reactive dog?
VetCS CBD products have proven very effective for dog anxiety cases. Usually, for reactivity issues, we like to refer our clients to positive reinforcement-based dog trainers to assist with behavior modification issues as well. CBD dog therapy is a great additional tool that can be used during the training process to alleviate anxiety and help your dog focus on the training message being communicated.
Will CBD help my dog with car ride anxiety?
We have seen many dogs with car anxiety benefit from VetCS CBD products. We encourage pet parents to give their dose about 30-45 minutes before the car ride and start with small car rides to have a positive experience at first. Try driving around the block a couple of times, then rewarding them and going home. Slowly introduce more time to each ride to build up to your ideal car ride length of time. Working with a positive reinforcement dog trainer is also a good idea to help your dog with car ride anxiety.
Can CBD help my dog’s seizures?
VetCS CBD products have had a significant impact on improving the quality of life of dogs suffering from epilepsy. Due to seizure cases all varying in frequency and severity, dosing protocols can vary based on indications. Please contact our veterinary team to build you a custom dosing schedule specific to your dog’s needs.
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More than 20 years ago, California became the first state to legalize medical marijuana, and in 2018 permitted recreational use of the fabled weed. Given marijuana’s success in alleviating human pain, stimulating appetite, or reducing anxiety, it was only a matter of time that its use would spread to our canine companions.
Medical marijuana states
As of 2017, 28 states have legalized medical marijuana, and 16 have legalized cannabidiol. Naturally, almost as soon as marijuana was made legal for medical use, people started to find loopholes in order to obtain it for recreational use, which has unfortunately obscured the fact that, for a lot of people with actual illnesses or conditions, marijuana is helpful.
What a lot of people may not realize is that there are over 400 “ingredients” in marijuana, and the one that gets people high is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). But the previously mentioned cannabidiol (CBD) is non-psychoactive, meaning that it doesn’t make people high, and it seems to have anti-convulsive, anti-anxiety, anti-psychotic, anti-nausea, anti-rheumatoid arthritic, and sedative properties.
Weaving “Charlotte’s Web”
CBD started to gain national attention because of a now ten-year-old girl, Charlotte Figi. When she was five, her parents discovered that CBD oil greatly reduced her epileptic seizures and improved her quality of life without the side effect of getting a child stoned. This led to the creation of a strain with high CBD and very low THC called Charlotte’s Web, as well as the legalization of CBD, mostly in states that did not otherwise have legal medical marijuana.
Psychopharmacology is the field of medicine concerned with treating mental illnesses and conditions with psychoactive substances. While humans have been doing that for ourselves for as long as we’ve been human, as a medical practice, things really only got rolling in the 19th century, but for a long time nobody even considered the field of veterinary psychopharmacology.
It wasn’t until 2001 that Dr. Sharon Crowell-Davis created the first continuing education program on the subject, and she is also literally the person who wrote the textbook on it. For comparison, Prozac as an anti-depressant for humans was first sold in the U.S. in 1987. The canine version, Reconcile, wasn’t approved until January 2007, although veterinarians had been giving dogs human Prozac since the 1990s as a treatment for separation anxiety.
Alternatives to Prozac
One of the downsides to the class of drugs Prozac belongs to, SSRIs, is that they do come with side effects whether they’re being taken by dogs or humans, which is why people have started to turn to alternative treatments. Since CBD has been shown to have anti-anxiety effects in humans, it has started to find use as an alternative treatment for separation anxiety, as well as a way to calm down hyperactive dogs. Several companies have already started selling CBD-laced dog treats.
Because of its quasi-legal status, not a lot of studies have been done on the effects of medical marijuana on humans, much less on dogs. While canine versions of drugs like Prozac have been successful and there are similarities in brain chemistry between dogs and humans, there are many examples of things that people can eat without problems but which can be sickening or fatal to dogs.
At this point, we just don’t know enough to say whether CBD is harmless or not in long‑term veterinary use, although many pet owners have come to swear by it in the last few years. Another complication is that, unlike human doctors in medical marijuana states, veterinarians are not protected from prosecution for prescribing pot products to their patients so owners have had to resort to getting prescriptions for themselves in order to provide for their dogs.
While you can easily find “CBD-enriched” dog treats online, the American Veterinary Medical Association has yet to take a position on its effectiveness or safety for dogs. As with Prozac, safe pot for pups may lag several years behind human products, so exercise extreme caution before providing any marijuana products to your dog.