What if you and your veterinarian think that CBD oil would benefit your faithful furry companion? Many veterinary offices do not yet keep CBD products on hand, so you’re probably going to have to shop for CBD oil on your own.
The AKC website offers some important tips to keep in mind. After all, to improve your chances of a successful outcome, you’ll want a high-quality CBD oil.
Here is an excerpt from their site:
- Look for organic. If the CBD oil is not organic, it at least should not contain pesticides, fungicides, or solvents.
- Don’t price shop. The higher the quality and purity, the higher the cost. You don’t want to go for a cheaper option that could have toxic substances such as pesticides, herbicides, or heavy metals. Make sure your CBD oil is free of additives.
- Get the analysis. The manufacturer should provide a certificate that tells you the amount of CBD that is in the product. Many CBD products contain only small amounts of CBD. You’ll also want to make sure there is little or no THC in the product.
- Buy CBD as a liquid. You can buy dog treats containing CBD, but the best form to administer is an oil or tincture. This way, you can adjust your dog’s dose drop by drop.
The good news? Their recommendations should make it easy for you to choose our products.
We offer both CBD oil and treats. Each batch of oil is tested and comes with a batch number so you can check the results yourself.
There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.
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