cbd oil for dogs message boards

Cbd oil for dogs message boards

Hello City Data. Been a bit of time since I have stopped in. Wanted to share that I have recently started my senior dog, Thora on CBD oil AND started giving her Turmeric Gravy AND I have stopped giving her the Gabapentin that the vet had prescribed for her.

With these changes, she is more active, more playful and acts several years younger.

Does anybody else give their dogs CBD oil or Turmeric?

My dog is about 13 now and is very arthritic.

I have heard of people doing this. What brand do you use?

My dog is 10 and being a bigger breed, is also arthritic/achy

My German Shepherd tore his ACL a few years ago, and with constant care, he healed completely.
During the healing process he got two tablets a day, containing Glucosamine/Chondroltin, and it definitely helped with the healing. (This medication is available at Petsmart)
I still give him these tablets to keep all his joints healthy.
He is ten, and doing just fine.

One thing you need to remember is, even though the ACL may have healed, you still need to refrain form letting the dog jump, or run.
These activities could re-injure the ACL.
No jumping up on furniture, no stair climbing, and if you take your dog in a vehicle, by all means, make sure you have a ramp for it to get in and out of the vehicle.
Along with massage, I suggest you use heat,(15 minutes) if the leg seems sore, or stiff.
If the joint is swollen, use an ice pack for 15 minutes.

As for treating with heat, this is an easy procedure.
Take a facecloth, get it wet, then wring it out so that it is wet, but not dripping.
Place it in the microwave for one minute.
Remove, and place the hot facecloth on a thick towel, and wrap it with the towel.
Get the dog to lie down on the side opposite the injury.
Place the towel between the legs, and constantly keep your hand on the towel to monitor the heat.
You don’t want to burn the dog’s skin.
This treatment, along with the regiment to make sure the dog did no climbing/jumping, healed him completely in 8 months.
Hope this helps you.

Have a younger dog, just over 2 years old, has spinal stenosis. Vet meds didn’t seem to help. CBD oil seems to help much more, lots of energy, and seems much more mobile

Really hard to say what worked out of the two, because he was on vet meds for a week and we didn’t see much improvement, though it could take longer for those to do their job.

Prior to that, tried tumeric and coconut oil

ETA, also been giving him glucosamine supps 2x a day. Maybe that’s what’s working? We’ll keep giving him that indefinitely

I have heard of people doing this. What brand do you use?

My dog is 10 and being a bigger breed, is also arthritic/achy

I don’t buy a brand I buy from a vendor. I know that sounds crazy but on the bottle he simply writes "Patricks 1500"

I use it too. He’s on FB

Turmeric is a well known cooking spice in the ginger family. It is used a lot in Asian cooking.

It is also supposed to be a great anti inflammatory for humans, dogs, AND horses.

I have never used it but I have hear of good results regarding dogs and horses.

OP, DH has friend who swears by the CBD oil for his elder, very arthritic dog.

I have given serious thought to trying CBD oil on one of my horses who has a fractured sacrum with a lot of arthritis buildup. My issue is that he is insulin resistant and has foundered — I don’t want to give him something that might tip his insulin level in the wrong direction. Same with the turmeric

I just started Dazzle on CBD oil. At 10 he is getting a bit stiff and when he over does it at the beach he spends the evening restless trying to get comfortable and whining when he adjusts his position. Since starting the CBD oil he has stopped being restless and does not whine when he adjusts positions.

I have used cookies with CBD for Chaos when she was having anxiety and they helped her a lot and I still have some but Mr Fussy will not eat the cookies so I got some oil as I can put it directly in his mouth. He does not seem to mind me doing that. I hate the fact he is getting old

I don’t buy a brand I buy from a vendor. I know that sounds crazy but on the bottle he simply writes "Patricks 1500"

Does CBD Get You High?

When you hear the phrase CBD for pets, your initial response might be something along the lines of, “There is no way I’m giving weed to my dog!” That’s fair. We don’t blame you. As the proud parents of canine companions, we know you only want the very best for your furry friends. But what if we told you that CBD is not quite what you might think it is?

CBD, hemp-based products, and other supplements made with extracted cannabis are on the rise. Even though CBD for dogs is rapidly gaining popularity, it might be hard to get on board with everyone else if you think of CBD as being the same thing as marijuana. Also, since you only believe in giving your dog top-of-the-line treats, you might hesitate at the idea of dog treats infused with CBD.

After all, isn’t CBD the exact same thing as marijuana?

If people get high from using weed, won’t your dog get high from CBD, too?

These are both excellent questions, and we have the answers to them.

CBD for Dogs vs Psychoactive Weed: What is the Difference?

If you have it in your head that CBD and marijuana are the same things, you are not completely wrong. CBD oil is sometimes, though not always, extracted from the marijuana plant.

Marijuana is a word that is often being replaced by the term cannabis, just for the sake of trying to steer clear of any preconceived notions about weed in general. You see, there are a lot of negative implications surrounding marijuana. People have started to refer to the medicinal plant as cannabis in an attempt to lessen the stigmatization of the topic. And it makes sense, too. You are probably more comfortable with the idea of giving CBD extracted from cannabis to your pets than allowing them to have marijuana-based oil and treats. The best part about CBD for dogs is that CBD oil will never cause the head or body high that many people love about cannabis.

The main difference between cannabis extracts that cause a high and those that do not is the component THC, which stands for tetrahydrocannabinol. CBD, on the other hand, is short for cannabidiol. Both THC and CBD are cannabinoids that are extracted from cannabis. In cannabis plants, there is a grand total of 113 known cannabinoids, but only one out of all of them causes psychoactive effects on the mind and body.

Your dog cannot get high from CBD because the only ingredient that alters brain functioning and bodily changes. The only way your dog can get high from cannabis is if they take anything containing a high percentage of THC. Small, trace amounts of THC are not enough to produce the sensation of being high or buzzed, but if you are concerned about even minimal levels of THC, stick to pure CBD for dogs.

We understand the hesitation that comes with willingly purchasing and distributing pet products that contain something taken from a cannabis plant. After all, marijuana is still illegal for people in many states and countries. How could you possibly want to subject your dog to CBD when it is still not legally acceptable for humans? Well, we are here to debunk another myth about CBD for dogs.

CBD is actually increasingly popular among people, not to mention legal. Since CBD oils do not contain the ingredient found in weed that causes the feeling of being high, CBD is not considered a psychoactive drug. As a by-product of hemp plants as well as cannabis, CBD oils for dogs produce a calming effect without the lightheaded high feeling that pets dislike.

CBD For Dogs 101: Everything You Need to Know About the Benefits

CBD for dogs offers many health benefits for pets and people alike.

Your dog could have a life-changing experience with CBD especially if your pet struggles with any of the following…

  • Insomnia
  • Restlessness
  • Joint discomfort or arthritis
  • Inflammation
  • Body aches
  • Chronic pain
  • High levels of stress
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Epilepsy

Though CBD cannot prevent nor can it cure diseases, the product can help alleviate symptoms associated with certain illnesses. These illnesses include cardiovascular disease, autoimmune diseases, inflammatory bowel disease, neurodegenerative disease, and cancer, among others.

CBD for pets is also…

  • Not toxic
  • Completely natural
  • Good for heart health
  • Proven effective
  • Free of artificial ingredients

CBD for Pets vs People: Are They the Same?

Before you let this possible situation keep you from purchasing CBD for your dog, let us be the ones to inform you that there is no harm in giving CBD intended for people to your pet. After all, CBD is CBD oil in that it will never act as a psychoactive substance. Your dog cannot get high from CBD, period. Your only concern should be if you give CBD with THC, or anything containing THC, to your dog.

People can take CBD in different ways that pets cannot consume, too. For example, vape juice is very popular among people, especially teens and young adults. However, dogs and cats cannot have vape juice because it is a type of CBD they are unable to enjoy.

Of course, we recommend that you stick to giving your dog the CBD meant for them, but an occasional slip-up is not harmful. It is not uncommon for dog owners to take CBD themselves for many various reasons. Sometimes, in this scenario, the concern is that the pet owner might accidentally administer their personal CBD oil to their beloved pets instead of the one designed specifically for dogs. This fear can act as a strong deterrent against CBD oil for pets because pet owners don’t want to make the mistake of confusing the two types of CBD oil.

What Makes CBD Legal?

In order to sell CBD, it must be FDA approved. But what does this mean? Well, it all comes down to CBD’s effects and where the derived CBD comes from. FDA approved CBD must contain set levels of THC and CBD can be present in any amount.

According to FDA regulation, CBD products cannot contain more than 0.3 percent THC. If CBD products contain greater than 0.3 percent THC, the psychological effects are not safe. A CBD product with more than 0.3% THC can cause your pet to experience weird sensations in their central nervous system. The cannabinoid receptors respond to THC in a way where THC produces psychotropic effects.

That’s why some people ask the question, “Can CBD get you high?” The answer is no. Taking CBD or any CBD based drug will not get you high because the endocannabinoid system processes CBD tincture and other products differently than the way it processes THC. Full spectrum CBD does not induce any intoxicating effects.

It also doesn’t create any psychoactive effects in the endocannabinoid system. Hemp derived CBD products do not have the same effect as smoking marijuana but they are great at relieving pain. Even so, dogs and cats should only take both CBD and THC that has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

CBD products and CBD oil tinctures that are approved by the Food and Drug Administration typically come from the hemp plant instead of the cannabis sativa plant. Hemp derived CBD products are safer for pets because they don’t contain high levels of CBD and THC. Instead, hemp derived CBD oil is mostly CBD with very little THC if any.

Both THC and CBD are found in various marijuana strains, but CBD is not recreational marijuana. Rather, recreational marijuana contains more THC than CBD, so THC is the active ingredient derived from marijuana plants and CBD is the active ingredient derived from hemp plants. They are both cannabis plants, but the THC and CBD levels vary.

Let’s look at these differences a little more closely!

How Does CBD from Industrial Hemp Plants Work

Prescription medications can have serious side effects that sometimes exacerbate health problems. Instead of resolving symptoms, prescription medications might make them worse, and that’s why CBD is so invaluable. Research suggests that nonprescription CBD products work with the endocannabinoid system to improve the body’s reaction to pain.

Even though high concentrations of only THC, or exogenous cannabinoids, can make for a dangerous situation, trace amounts of THC are actually beneficial. Known as the entourage effect, these trace amounts of THC work with the other compounds found in CBD to enhance one another. Basically, trace levels of THC make CB more effective.

When THC binds to the receptors in the brain, such placement of neurotransmitters releases molecules that promote pain relief. Research has shown that cannabidiol exerts sebostatic and antiinflammatory effects according to academic research institutions that have conducted research. Additionally, cannabinoids suppress inflammatory and neuropathic pain.

If you’re looking for a pre review report or an article helpful with tertiary references, check out the study posted by NCBI. It goes in-depth about how molecules of CBD work and what exactly is the drug comprised of. You can also search the internet for information about the ways cannabidiol exerts sebostatic and antiinflammatory effects because there is a lot of research out there on these topics.

The Health Benefits of Hemp Derived CBD

There are strict sourcing guidelines in place for many reasons. When cannabis derived products adhere to these guidelines, they can work wonders for pets experiencing an array of pain and discomfort. The FDA approves more research that says we should never claim that CBD can treat rare issues. Instead, it’s more correct to say that most CBD can reduce side effects and minimize the symptoms of most severe forms of health issues.

So, while CBD cannot treat health issues, nonprescription CBD products can be used as dietary supplements that makes pain bearable. CBD works to lessen discomfort levels and other physical or mental symptoms.

Research suggests that CBD can help with certain health problems, including:

  • Neuropathic pain
  • Seizure disorders
  • Sensory perception
  • Inflammatory pain
  • Treatment resistant epilepsy

Where to Buy CBD for Dogs

CBD for dogs is made with your pet in mind. As a naturally-derived substance, CBD can drastically improve the well being of your pets without any negative side effects attached. If you are in search of CBD treats and oil for dogs, Innovet is a brand that you can trust! When it comes to CBD tinctures and hemp-based dog treats, we offer only the best of the best because your dog deserves nothing less. If you have any questions or concerns for us, don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re here to help you find the best CBD product for your cat or dog or both! We can’t wait to hear from you.

Hemp/CBD Oil for Dogs

We just started giving our two old Labs the oil about 10 days ago. The 14 year old has arthritic rear leg joints due to ACL surgery on both sides. The 13 year old has a bad left front elbow due to surgery on that.

We’re just hoping it makes it a bit easier for them to move around, get up and down. So far it seems to have made them a bit more "flexible" if that’s the word; they seem to move easier. Both of them seem to show a bit less discomfort. We’re going to keep it going for a month and the decide if it’s really doing anything.

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Alaskan swamp collies
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  • Feb 10, 2019
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V-John
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  • Feb 21, 2019
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We just started giving our two old Labs the oil about 10 days ago. The 14 year old has arthritic rear leg joints due to ACL surgery on both sides. The 13 year old has a bad left front elbow due to surgery on that.

We’re just hoping it makes it a bit easier for them to move around, get up and down. So far it seems to have made them a bit more "flexible" if that’s the word; they seem to move easier. Both of them seem to show a bit less discomfort. We’re going to keep it going for a month and the decide if it’s really doing anything.

What do you think of the CBD oil so far? I have a bigger vizsla that just pounds the ground when he runs and I’m afraid the toll is adding up to be paid soon. I went to a local CBD shop to check it out and it was outrageously expensive for the dog treats. I may continue to research some cheaper options if it seems to be working for folks.

Alaskan swamp collies
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  • Feb 21, 2019
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Chestle
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  • Feb 21, 2019
  • #6

Well we’re about 20 days in. First, we use the bottled oil and dropper; the treats don’t have much CBD in them and are expensive as you say. They get one dropper on their dog food morning and night. The oil is about $30 per one ounce where we get it. Doesn’t last that long with two dogs.

(Yeah, yeah, before anyone starts in..feed once a day, I know. Been doing it this way for only about 35+ years and it works for me. They are only getting about 3/4 cup of premium dry each feeding and holding their weight nicely. I think I’ll give it another 35 years and then make up my mind. )

So far we think it really helped the 14 year old and only a little on the 13 year old. The 14 year old definitely got more active and spry. The 13 year old with the left elbow problem is maybe a little better but it seems it has made her more sleepy/lethargic most of the day. She’s moving a bit better though when we’re outside with dummies.

Going to keep it up another bottle or two and then take a break and see if we notice a roll back in flexibility and "spry-ness".

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Dakotazeb
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  • Feb 21, 2019
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There are a lot of people and companies selling Hemp (CBD) Oil on the internet, etc. But please beware of many of them. Tests have been done on many Hemp Oil products and a large number of them contain much less Hemp Oil than stated on the product. If someone is selling it for was seems a very good price the chances are it may not be full strength. From the reading and research I have done on Hemp/CBD Oil the recommended strength for dogs is 300 mg. A good quality CBD Oil in that strength will run about $40 per ounce. In comparison, 1,000 mg for adult people will cost about $80 per once. Another thing to look for is what else is in the product in addition to CBD Oil. The good ones may contain one additional ingredient like Coconut oil. If there are several other ingredients listed it’s probably not full strength and stay away from it.

As for the legality of Hemp/CBD Oil the Federal farm bills of 2014 and 2018 approved Hemp. However, there are a couple of states that still have not approved it. South Dakota being one of them. My understanding is there is a bill in the South Dakota legislature this year to approve Hemp but the new governor has said she will veto it. Not sure what her reasoning is but I don’t think she understands what Hemp actually is.