- CBD for pets
If your dog has separation anxiety and wrecks your home in your absence, has problems with arthritis, cancerous tumours, seizures, skin disorders, or digestive issues, CBD can help you. Veterinarians are carrying out additional studies and many of them recommend the use of CBD oil.
CBD has a natural anti-inflammatory effect and is a natural painkiller. It can reduce dogs’ pain due to arthritis, hip joint dysplasia, neuropathy or other nervous ailments, inflammation in acute pancreatitis, general inflammation, chronic or digestive inflammation. CBD also stops the production of inflammatory macrophages and helps with irritable bowel disease as well as colitis. It restores normal bowel function and has antibiotic properties, which means it can stop Staphylococcus Aureus infections.
CBD has also been praised for its potent antioxidant properties, perhaps even stronger than vitamins C and E. It reduces the production of inflammatory cytokines, which can cause allergies, hypersensitivity, and autoimmune diseases. The major cause of autoimmune disease is Th17 dominance, which is inhibited by CBD oil.
CBD oil also improves appetite, reduces nausea and enhances cardiovascular health. If your dog has a heart problem, refuses to eat or always has digestive problems, try CBD oil. Your dog may respond well to this food supplement and begin to eat properly, become less ill and show better results at your next visit to the vet. The use of CBD is also associated with an improved state of dogs’ brains.
What should I look for when selecting a CBD product?
One of the first rules you should follow when choosing CBD oil for your pet, is that if you wouldn’t use it yourself, do not give it to your pet either. Always make sure that the CBD oil you use is 100% natural and low in THC. Most often CBD oil contains THC as it’s virtually impossible to extract the one without the other. However, since you are not trying to get your dog high but help him, you should choose the lowest THC content possible. Intoxicating a dog can have adverse effects and cause them anxiety, discomfort or paranoia. www.ozzocbd.eu contains a very low percentage of THC.
Should I involve my dog’s veterinarian?
We never say it too often – don’t give your dog anything without consulting a veterinarian. He should know what is best for your pet. If he does not think that CBD products will help, you can seek a second opinion, it is your right and there is nothing wrong with that. Just listen to the advice of one of the professionals you choose. After all, you don’t want to accidentally hurt your dog, just because you’re in a hurry to give them a product that should help.