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Regardless of what CBD products you purchase for your dog, please consult your veterinarian before starting a CBD regimen. And pay attention to the packaging of the CBD product to make sure you know exactly how many milligrams are contained in each drop of oil.

Spruce CBD oil for dogs provides the same lab-grade CBD found in the brand’s other products, but it’s made with coconut oil to be easier on your pet’s digestive system. The product is 100% natural and only contains two ingredients: organic full-spectrum CBD oil and organic coconut oil. Since it doesn’t have any flavoring, mix it in with your dog’s favorite food.

Josh Hurst is a journalist, critic, copywriter, and essayist. He lives in Knoxville, TN, with his wife and three sons. As a writer for Remedy Review, an independent CBD review site, Josh covers the relationship between cannabis-based products and the human body. The products featured in this article were tested at ProVerde Laboratories in Milford, MA and Avazyme, Inc. in Durham, NC.

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Finally, while shopping for a CBD product for your pet, look out for these factors: natural or organic hemp harvesting methods (which means there are no artificial ingredients), dog-friendly flavors (like chicken, bacon, or peanut butter), and overall concentration of CBD (which speaks to the potency of the products).

NuLeaf Naturals is a good option for pet owners who are new to CBD because its products have 60 milligrams of CBD per milliliter, so it’s easier to adjust dosage. What’s more, NuLeaf makes its products from CBD that’s CO2-extracted from organic hemp plants in Colorado. These products are also certified as organic by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, making them the only dog CBD products to bear that distinction.

Charlotte’s Web CBD oil for dogs uses high-quality Colorado grown hemp extract to provide a full spectrum of cannabinoids and other plant compounds for your pet. Made with MCT oil so it’s easier to digest, it comes in two different strengths and a chicken-flavored or unflavored option. Best of all, Charlotte’s Web is certified by the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) for rigorous testing and standards, so you can feel good about giving this CBD oil to your pet.

After all this talk about the potential benefits of CBD, you may be wondering if there are any drawbacks or side effects. One thing to keep in mind is that CBD supplements and dog treats have not been evaluated by the FDA. And according to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, there is not a lot of scientific research looking at CBD for pets, so it's always best to consult with a veterinarian first.

Now let’s touch on full-spectrum CBD oil. Along with a very small amount of THC, full-spectrum CBD contains other beneficial naturally occurring cannabinoids and terpenes found in the hemp plant. The majority of us human users prefer a full-spectrum CBD because, for lack of a better term, it just works better. When all these compounds team up, they work synergistically to offer the body more relief. This phenomenon has been called the ‘entourage effect’, and it applies to dogs, too!

Before we go any further, a quick clarification on the difference between CBD and THC. Both CBD and THC are parts of the cannabis plant, known as ‘cannabinoids’. There are over 100 cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, but CBD and THC are the two most common. CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning it doesn’t have the ability to create a ‘high’ feeling. CBD is also safe for both humans and animals. THC is the part of the plant that causes that ‘high’ feeling, and can be toxic to dogs in certain amounts. Every precaution should be taken to ensure that your pup doesn’t snag that tasty THC cookie or candy off the table when you’re not looking. Emergency pet hospitalizations for THC ingestion are on the rise, so be careful with those THC goodies around your pet!

Q: There are CBD oils and CBD treats for pets. Can I give my dog both?

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The research into using CBD for animals has just begun, and only a small portion of the possibly treatable ailments have been clinically tested, but as of right now, there are no known adverse side effects for dogs taking CBD. If your dog is currently on prescribed medications, it’s still smart to keep an eye on your pup to ensure that there are no negative interactions between the CBD oil and your pup’s current meds. Still, we do recommend speaking with your vet about starting your pet on any CBD routine.

A: The CBD pet market usually creates different strengths for different sized dogs. A 250mg oil will be perfect for those small dogs in the 5-25 pound range, a 500mg for those medium-sized dogs out there, and the 1000mg strength is usually reserved for those big pups weighing in at 75 pounds and up.

Available in zero-THC & full spectrum CBD tinctures for a variety of different ailments including anxiety, pain, inflammation, depression, acne, etc. Handcrafted using the purest and highest quality starting materials available, Island Therapeutics has really delivered a fabulous CBD Oil tincture and we are proud to offer it up to Canadians coast to coast.

While the clinical studies are few as of now, the anecdotal evidence is staggering. Pet owners who have tried CBD seem to swear by it, simply based on the results they’re seeing in their own dogs. Check out the reviews on all of our pet products for those success stories.