CBDfx – Pet Series – CBD Oil For Dogs 300mg (Medium Breed)
Our 300mg pet CBD oil was created for medium breeds of 20 lbs to 60 lbs. Your mid-sized dog will love the earthy taste of this medium-strength tincture! Farmed from organically grown hemp and extracted using clean CO2, we hold our CBD pet products to the same rigorous standards of quality as our human options. For the discerning owner who wants to treat their pet to the highest quality CBD available, CBDfx Pet CBD Oil is the best doggone option out there!
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300mg CBD Oil for Dogs, Cats and All Pets (Medium Breed)
Humans aren’t the only mammals who love CBD… many dogs and cats do, too! If you’re interested in giving your beloved pet CBD, we hope you choose a reputable brand like CBDfx that’s committed to providing product transparency and the same high standards that should apply to human products, too.
What Are The Benefits Of Using CBD Oil For Pets?
Simply put, we don’t quite know yet. More research needs to be done before we can definitively say whether CBD benefits dogs and cats, and CBDfx makes no express or implied claim about CBD’s ability to benefit your pet. What does seem clear, however, is that CBDfx Pet CBD Oil is well-tolerated by the vast majority of dogs and cats, and is non-toxic.
How Much CBD Pet Tincture Should I Use?
Because the FDA has not approved CBD as a treatment or supplement for pets yet, CBDfx cannot make a serving size recommendation.
As a starting point, each drop of our medium breed pet CBD tincture oil should work out to about 1mg of active CBD. Our customers report that they typically use 1 drop for every 4 lbs of the animal’s body weight.
Of course, you can also start smaller than that, see how the animal reacts, and slowly increase the daily serving based on how you see your pet responding to the CBD.
- – 100% natural and organic easy-to-use formula for your furry companions.
- – Made with high quality and organic ingredients.
- – The Pet Oil is made with CO2 extracted CBD and is rich in cannabinoids, terpenes, amino acids and fatty acids.
CO2 extracted hemp, CBD, and coconut oil
PET CBD OIL FAQ »
Is CBD safe for your pets?
CBD is completely safe for your pets to consume in the same way that it is safe for your consumption. The effects of CBD come from its ability to stimulate the endocannabinoid system, which is involved in the body’s ability to process things such as pain, appetite and stress. These organic systems are found in every mammal on earth, meaning that many animals also possess it. This system is something that we share with our pets, and differences are minute enough that the effects of CBD on a human and the effects on an animal are extremely similar.
The general fear for pet safety when being given CBD is associated with the fact that many do not understand the key differences between CBD and THC. It is very easy to mix up the two, as they come from the same group of plants and are structurally very similar. At first glance, it would appear as though CBD would have negative effects on your pet, similar to THC. The main difference between CBD and THC is that CBD does not have any intoxicating attributes. The feeling that THC gives us that we call a “high” is our body reacting to the psychoactive properties of the compound, and when ingested by pets, these effects can be dangerous. CBD lacks these properties and the ability to bind with the same receptors as THC.
As is the rule with human consumption of CBD, all of these products are completely safe for your pet when taken in moderation.
How much CBD oil do I give my pets?
There is no clear-cut single number that will tell you how much CBD you should be giving your pets. You should follow similar steps as those that you would follow when consuming your own CBD oil. Individual products will provide you with recommended serving sizes and instructions on how to administer their respective juices, oils and gummies. These estimated servings are meant to set an average size that will be adequate for those falling between novice and moderate CBD usage. Those who have used CBD products for years and have had time to build a tolerance to it will likely need to determine their own personal serving size.
Determining personal serving size with your pets will be a bit more difficult, because your pets cannot simply tell you how the recommended size is affecting them. Even physical indications from your pets may be too subtle to notice, so it is best to determine serving size based on their weight. The amount of CBD that your pet should consume will scale upward with its weight. Bigger, heavier animals will need larger portions of CBD to feel its effects than smaller, lighter animals. A Chihuahua and a Thoroughbred should not be taking the same amount of CBD. Generally, small pets should be given a portion of CBD either equal to or less than the recommended amount, while larger pets can be given portions equal to or larger than that.
As with everything, pay close attention to the way that your pet reacts to consuming the CBD products, and make note of any subtle changes in mood. Animals do not always make a show of how they feel, so it is important that you give this your full attention. While consuming “too much” CBD is not really a serious concern for animals, it is still best to find an accurate serving size for your pet.
Where do I buy CBD oil for my pets locally?
Purchasing CBD oil locally for your pets can be tricky. CBD has not been approved for medical use by the FDA, meaning that no health benefits can be stated or guaranteed. This dissuades many chain companies (for now) from stocking up on CBD products and selling them to their customers. While CBD is safe for your animal and has not been shown to be a serious danger even in large portions, you will not find CBD products in their stores. The best thing that you could do is go online and research the smaller stores in your area that may carry the products. Places such as animal boutiques and clinics may carry CBDfx CBD oils. These stores often are not parts of chains and have a bit more freedom to select the items that they offer to their customers. Certain websites will help you search for stores that carry CBD oil for pets near you as well, making it even easier to identify places of interest.
As is true for the CBD oil that you would consume, it is always recommended to purchase your pet’s CBD oil from a source like CBDfx, that can guarantee its quality. If the brand that you are purchasing oil from does not provide you with lab reports or another form of assurance that their products have been tested, then it might be smart to shop elsewhere. Reputable CBD companies will often post their lab reports online along with the products, offering physical evidence that their oils are top-of-the-line and only contain what they have stated in their products’ descriptions.
What is the difference between people CBD and pet CBD?
The major difference between your CBD and your pet’s CBD is that a product geared toward pets is going to provide a concentration of CBD more suited to their size and weight. Cannabidiol intake varies from person to person, as well as from animal to animal. One big factor in determining adequate CBD serving size is weight. Someone who weighs more is going to need more CBD in order to feel the same effects as someone who is lighter. Similarly, height can play a part in the effectiveness of CBD on humans and animals. A grandmother and a professional wrestler will be consuming different serving sizes of CBD, and comparisons like this can be made for animals as well. For these reasons, the CBD provided to your pet and the CBD provided to you are of very different concentrations.
CBD meant for human consumption and CBD meant for animal consumption have much more in common than you may think. The similarities begin at the very point of cultivation; your CBD and your pet’s CBD are extracted from hemp plants in the same fashion. Whether the CBD comes as an isolate or as a broad spectrum extract, there is no difference at the structural level between the CBD that you and your pet would be consuming. This leads into the second major similarity between the two: the effects. Since the hemp extracts present in the products are cultivated by the same means, and since they affect the same systems in our bodies and those of our pets, the effects that we feel and those that animals feel are very similar. The effects of ingesting too much are similar as well.
What does this mean? Can my pets have my CBD or will it hurt them? The answer is a bit complicated. You can consume your pets’ CBD, so long as it does not include any additives that benefit animals but not humans. Your pets can consume your CBD, but you have to be very careful not to give them a concentration that’s identical to what you would personally take. Determine the concentration that is most accurate to their weight and height before attempting to give it to them. Try to avoid running into this situation if you can, and simply use a pet-focused CBD product when treating your dog or cat.
When it comes to pet CBD – how much per weight?
There is no universal CBD serving size for animals or humans. The concentration and volume of CBD that your pet consumes is determined primarily by their weight. Unlike humans, pets are unable to vocalize the way that CBD is affecting their bodies, so this manner of estimating their personal serving sizes is not feasible. Weight, then, becomes the universal measuring tool for establishing how much CBD an animal should have. The amount of CBD increases in relation to the weight of the animal, meaning that a larger, heavier animal is going to require a much larger serving of CBD than one that is smaller and lighter. Height can also be used as an indicator of CBD intake, and can be treated in a similar fashion.
Generally, CBD products geared toward consumption by your pets will explain somewhere on their packaging what the recommended serving size is. This recommendation can be used as a basis for determining the personal serving size of your animal, taking the animal’s weight and height into account. Animals of moderate weight can likely be given the recommended serving size without making adjustments. Smaller animals can be given slightly less than what is recommended, and larger animals can be given slightly more. This is not a perfect science, of course, and some tinkering will most likely be necessary. However, this stands as one of the most accurate means of determining personal CBD needs.
As described in question 2, always pay attention to the way that your animal reacts to the CBD product. In many cases, it will be difficult to catch, but your pet will likely have some sort of reaction that lets you know if the amount is adequate. Watch for any changes in mood, as this can be indicative of the effects of CBD products.
Why does pet CBD come in different mg?
Questions surrounding the difference of mg–or milligrams–in CBD products for pets are the same as those surrounding CBD concentration. The amount of milligrams of CBD in a product is often portioned according to the type of animal that the product is being geared toward. Some products are filled with CBD, while others contain almost none. Those with high concentrations are usually designed with larger animals in mind. If you own a large animal and are searching for a CBD product that will satisfy it, these are the ones you should be looking into. The reverse could be said for products with low concentration. These are ideal for smaller animals whose weights signal that they do not require much CBD in order to feel its effects.
CBD concentration can also vary depending on the type of product that is being viewed. Different products have different functions, with some functions requiring greater CBD strength and others requiring very little. For example, CBD pet tinctures tend to have a moderate level of CBD because feeling the effects of the extract is the express purpose of the product. The goal there is to deliver the CBD itself and not to supplement another action. CBD pet treats, on the other hand, do not contain as much of the extract because its inclusion in the treat is only to encourage the enacting of something else. These treats aim to change the mood of the animal slightly and encourage them to continue practicing certain tricks and commands, making the CBD a secondary aspect of the treat instead of the direct focus.
As is often the case, you will likely need to find the serving size that personally fits your pets best. Recommended serving size is a strong indicator of what you should be giving them, but it is far from being something that you need to follow religiously. Take the time to determine what works best for your pet, and purchase CBD products that provide an adequate concentration.
Are there many common side-effects for CBD for pets?
There are very few side effects associated with the CBD products designed for use by pets. The effects are all fairly mild and are usually only felt when the product is taken in servings much larger than what is recommended. One of the possible side effects is that your pet may experience some stomach discomfort or loss of appetite. The CBD may not sit will in your pet’s stomach, and if the pet is also on certain medications, the hemp extract can unfavorably interact with them and upset the stomach in this way. With regard to appetite, CBD stimulates the endocannabinoid system, which is partially responsible for signaling that your body wants food. CBD may prevent the system from signalling a desire to eat, leading your pet to lose its appetite for a short period of time.
CBD products are generally safe for your animal, and unless you give them far too much of the product they should be perfectly fine, but these side effects are certainly possible.
If you are considering purchasing CBD products for your pets and are uncertain of whether their existing medications will mix favorably with hemp extract, it is recommended that you visit a veterinarian to gain greater clarity. The last thing that you want is to put your pets in harm’s way, so extra precaution is always ideal.
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