CBD Study On Healthy Dogs and Cats
To date there are not many studies on dosing and long term effects of CBD in dogs and cats.
Here is a recent study that was published in MDPI, October 2019, on the Safety Assessment with Use of CBD-Rich Hemp Nutraceutical in Healthy Dogs and Cats.
The use of cannabidiol (CBD)-rich hemp-based nutraceuticals is increasing in dogs and cats for disorders related to anxiety, seizures, cancer and pain.
Cannabidiol (CBD) use is becoming increasingly popular in both human and veterinary medicine due to federal legislation changes for hemp, making distribution of hemp and hemp-based products legal in the United States, so long as they contain less than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
THC is the main cannabinoid found in Cannabis marijuana. It is responsible for the psychotropic effects and the toxic effects of THC have been well documented. Conversely, CBD is the main cannabioid found in hemp.
In conclusion, hemp-based CBD appears to be relatively safe in healthy populations of dogs and cats, and dogs appear to absorb CBD better than cats.
Regardless of your dog’s size, tastes, or health, you can find the correct CBD product for them.
Pain, stiffness, and mobility problems in dogs can make it difficult for them to live their best lives. If you want to help alleviate their discomfort without spending a fortune on expensive treatment, Duke’s Naturals CBD oil or treats may be the best option for you.
CBD products are scientifically proven to greatly improve the quality of life for your dog.
Here is a picture of Duke meeting a cat at a local charity event.