Can Pets Take CBD?

Can Pets Take CDB Products?

Can pets take CBD? Everyone is talking about cannabidiol (CBD) worldwide. It has become a worldwide natural wonder that everybody wants a piece of. Millions of people religiously take CBD and swear by its benefits. There are plenty of studies exploring CBD and other cannabinoids. People are so fascinated by CBD and want to see the evidence.

Most people are familiar with the main incredible benefits humans get when taking it, but not many are sure whether it is safe for their pets to take it. There are CBD gummies, CBD oil, and even CBD lotions, but are any of them safe for animals?

The first thing to clear up is that yes, pets can and do take CBD. The Anti-Cruelty Society deems it safe for pets as there are no known toxicity levels, and the Society even uses CBD for some of their animals [1]. Plus, there is no THC in Earthy Now’s pet products. THC is the active psychedelic substance found in marijuana, so there is no chance of your pets walking around high. Like humans, our pets can benefit so much from CBD when used alongside a healthy animal diet. This short read will discuss some of the benefits and when a pet should take CBD.

The Top Benefits for Pets Taking CBD

It might interest you to know that all mammals have an endocannabinoid system (ECS) which scientists discovered in the 1990s. Although research on ECS is still in its early stages, we know it plays a role in a mammal’s bodily functions. Sleep, memory, inflammation, fertility, and mood are just some of the bodily functions the ECS seems to help maintain. It basically helps to keep the body in balance [2].

It is known that CBD affects the ECS, and the ECS is connected to the nervous system and other bodily functions. Research into the benefits of CBD in pets is only just taking off. For this reason, it is important to remember the results of CBD vary, and a lot of the most exciting data is from pet owners reporting the benefits of giving CBD to their animal babies.

When Your Pet Should Start Taking CBD

CBD is most effective when being used daily. There is no evidence to suggest what the correct dose should be, and it is advised that you consult a vet before starting your pet on CBD. Products generally have a recommended dosage but it is a best practice to start with the smallest amount and increase it until you achieve satisfactory results.

Some pets may need more than others. If you notice that your pet’s mood is changing dramatically, you might be giving them too much CBD. If you don’t want to give your pet CBD daily, it’a OK to use it as an occasional treat.

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CBD is the up-and-coming product, and even your pets can now enjoy and get all the wonderful benefits. Now you know pets can take CBD. It can easily be implemented into a normal healthy diet, and you will find that your pet gets excited to take it. Try CBD with your pet today and see if you notice the benefits!

Disclaimer – Information is provided for educational purposes. It does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice or medical advice. We attempt to be accurate and up to date but the legality of cannabinoids and the science of cannabis is evolving. The author is neither a lawyer or a legal expert, nor a doctor or medical expert. You should check with your local authorities and medical providers before buying or using any products.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, but even though these products are federally-compliant, individual states may have their own regulations about purchasing or using hemp-based products, and these are subject to change. You should check your state and local rules before ordering. We ship nationwide.

Hemp-derived means made from hemp, sometimes also referred to as industrial hemp. The 2018 Farm Bill (see next section) established new federal legal definitions and rules for hemp, including that hemp and “and any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis” may be used for production, sales, transport, and use.

Yes, hemp and hemp derived products are safe when they are produced with proper and safe practices. Look for a product’s COA. A certificate of analysis (COA) is a document attesting to a product’s laboratory analysis and testing for cannabinoids and adulterants.

A certificate of analysis (COA) is a document attesting to a product’s laboratory analysis for cannabinoids and in some cases adulterants, heavy metals and pesticides.It is a useful tool for cannabis producers and customers to ensure quality and trust.