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Everything You Wanted To Know About CBDFx for Your Dog

CBD products are on top nowadays and it’s hard to find a person who has never heard at least something about its wonderful properties. However, CBD oil is a great and natural way to help your dog deal with many unpleasant conditions. Keep on reading to find the answers to the key questions you should know about before buying CBD for your fluffy friend.

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What is CBD?

In the last few years, the usage of medical marijuana and its benefits is widely discussed everywhere. Scientists held many types of research in this area, many countries of the world undergoing decriminalization and legalization processes.

Different products with CBD or cannabidiol, which is contained in the cannabis plant, today can be found anywhere – starting from food and ending with beauty products. In the US it is quite legal to purchase such products in online stores and the reason is that CBD does not have psychoactive features, unlike tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), but it has healing properties instead.

Since cannabidiol is not a psychoactive substance, it is impossible to get high, but you can increase productivity, reduce anxiety and relieve pain easily. After CBD using your thoughts won’t be confused as is often happens after smoking cannabis with THC.

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How CBD can help my dog?

CBD is absolutely a non-psychoactive natural substance that can be safely used by pets and it doesn’t contain THC, the main psychoactive compound in cannabis that gets you ‘high’. Also, you can be sure that CBD won’t cause an overdose which makes it easier for pet owners to give their dogs a CBDFx oil without fear of unwanted consequences.

If you are a dog owner than you probably know a lot about anxious conditions caused by separation, noise worries or even chronic pain. Our pets suffer from these and many other diseases and they require our help and understanding.

As for today, scientists don’t conduct in-depth researchers of this issue however many dog owners share their experience of using CBD and the results are impressive:

  • pain relief

CBDFx is one of the most popular ways to get rid or reduce pain not only for animals but for people as well. According to different studies, CBD perfectly manages pain syndromes that can be caused by various reasons.

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  • reduces anxiety and stress

Not only people suffer from stress and anxiety but pets are also vulnerable to different phobias and fears that can influence their behavior and health.

There are many anxiety triggers for pets, them most common are separation anxiety, noise anxiety, travel anxiety. Among the symptoms in dogs there are persistent barking, chewing furniture, your clothes, rubbish, etc; urinating and defecating inside the house; increasing of aggression; tremors and some others.

CBDFx proved to be helpful in reducing those upsetting conditions in an effective way.

  • natural way to manage convulsions and tremors

Many dog owners know how helpless it is to see your fluffy friend’s suffering from a wide variety of tremors, spasms, and tics. Thus, CBDFx could become a great solution of the problem as many studies have shown that CBDFx positively influences a dog’s tremor and reduces convulsions caused by epilepsy.

According to scientists, seizures occurred due to the uncontrolled firing of neurons in the brain while CBD restores order to these neurons and help them operate normally.

How to choose the right dosage for a dog

The main rule of choosing the correct dosage of CBD for your pet is actually your dog’s size.

 

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CBDFx provides in three possible concentrations – 150 mg, 300 mg, and 600 mg so it will be easy to understand which one to buy. Good news – as we have already said, there’s no CBD overdose so you shouldn’t worry about a strict prescription.

Your dog can receive CBD oil in various ways: directly from the dropper or adding the substance to their favorite food. Dogs can also lick oil right from the dropper itself, or right off of your hand.

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Susan Cropper

As a veterinarian practicing for 48 years, Dr. Cropper brings her priceless experience to all our readers. She is currently taking care of her two rescues, Ollie the Greyhound and Bryce the Pitbull mix, that is why she always sees things as a veterinarian and a pet owner simultaneously.