What Are The Best CBD Oils For Dogs in 2019?

What Are The Best CBD Oils For Dogs in 2019?

With the emergence of cannabidiol (CBD) as a viable form of natural medicine for adults and children, many pet owners are understandably curious about its medicinal and therapeutic potential for their furry friends. Luckily for dog owners, so is the rest of the pet industry.

Studies and research conducted since 2011 have found CBD to be effective in treating or improving symptoms of the most debilitating illnesses and disorders in dogs, the most common of which are the following:

— Arthritis
— Cancer
— Inflammatory Diseases
— Influenza
— Parvovirus
— Fungal Infections
— Epilepsy
— Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
— Kennel Cough

CBD possesses potent anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-emitic and anti-spasmodic properties, among others. When properly isolated and administered in the correct dosage, CBD can prove invaluable in improving the quality of life for dogs of all sizes and age groups.

Is it legal to give your dog CBD?

With the passage of the 2018 Agriculture Improvement Act, the farming and harvesting of industrial hemp was made legal throughout the United States. This in turn legalized hemp-extracted CBD in nearly every state, whereas CBD derived from marijuana is only legal in 27. Put simply, you are perfectly within the law as long as you purchase your pet CBD products from a certified pet retailer.

So which are the best CBD products currently in circulation on the market? In this post, we give you our top three CBD oils for your trusty canine companions.

What Are The Best CBD Oils For Dogs in 2019?

Staying in The Pink: The Top 3 CBD Oils for Dogs

It’s important to note that unlike pet guinea pigs, rabbits or cats, dogs come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Be sure to check with your local vet for the recommended daily dosage values for your respective dog breed in order to avoid mishaps.

And now without further ado, here are our top CBD oils for dogs, in no particular order:

King Kalm 75mg CBD Oil: King Kanine is a long-standing favorite company among dog lovers for their impeccable reputation and long history as a manufacturer of CBD pet products. Their CBD oil is made from phytocannabinoid-rich (PCR) broad spectrum CBD oil sourced from organic, non-GMO hemp. It’s also certified as solvent- and pesticide-free, and comes with a 30-day money back guarantee.

Canna-Pet Advanced CBD Oil Capsules: Canna-Pet is particularly well known for their steep discounts to not-for-profit pet organizations and partnerships with major pet insurers. While their CBD oil is a bit on the expensive side, you get a lot of bang for your buck. Their organic, non-GMO hemp oil is produced via CO2 extraction and boasts up to ten times the bioavailability of other CBD oils.

Medi-Pet Large Dogs CBD Oil: Medi-Pet is widely recognized as a top manufacturer of CBD pet products. A percentage of all purchases from Medi-Pet goes to their partner Saving Sage Animal Rescue, a non-profit rescue organization based in Florida. Their CBD oil is made from 100% American hemp and is certified organic, solvent- and pesticide-free. It’s also backed by a 15-day money back guarantee.

What Are The Best CBD Oils For Dogs in 2019?

A Better Quality of Life

Whether your canine companion is currently in the best of health or getting on in years, CBD is viable for use not only as treatment, but as a health supplement as well. If you believe an ounce of prevention is worth a happy and healthy four-legged friend, you definitely can’t go wrong looking into CBD oils and pet products.

Achilles the Yorkshire Terrier

Achilles the Yorkshire Terrier

My dog’s name is Achilles. He’s a seven year old purebred Yorkie. The above picture is him with his good friend Samantha. They played all the time when Samantha stayed with us. Achilles has an endless amount of energy but occasionally he needs to rest and riding on my shoulders is a good place to do that. The picture of him on my shoulders was taken after a six hour gold hunt and he got tired, so naturally I carried him like a shepherd carries a lamb… And he loved it. Submitted by Gregory K.

Achilles the Yorkshire Terrier

Achilles the Yorkshire Terrier

Achilles the Yorkshire Terrier

Achilles the Yorkshire Terrier

 
Lorelai the Labrador, Husky Mix

Lorelai the Labrador, Husky Mix

Meet Lorelai. She is an excitable, boisterous girl who is ready for a new home. She would do best in an experienced home that can give her lots of exercise and has some knowledge with managing a hyper girl! She enjoys playing with tolerant dogs who can handle her bossy pants ways. Lorelai is a joyful dog. She is also a very smart pooch. She knows sit, lie down, and shakes hands. Submitted by the Humane Society Silicon Valley.

Lorelai the Labrador, Husky Mix

Lorelai the Labrador, Husky Mix

 
5 Foods To Avoid For A Healthier Dog In 2019

5 Foods To Avoid For A Healthier Dog In 2019

When it comes to dogs, it is not only about giving them a proper walk or creating a homey environment for them, it is also about giving them the right food. Dogs have an inherent nature of sniffing and devouring almost anything they lay their eyes on, even the things that are not good for their diet.

As their owner, the responsibility falls on your shoulders to keep your dog away from those foods that don’t suit their diet and could make them really sick.Veterinarians have created a chart that strictly denotes the food items that can be life-threatening for dogs.

For your convenience, we have created a list to educate you about those forbidden foods. Let’s have a look.

Chocolates: As tempting as this item may sound to us, it is almost equivalent to poison for our dogs. Chocolate contains a particular substance known as methylxanthines. If a sufficient amount is eaten by a dog it can cause severe vomiting, panting, diarrhea, arrhythmia, even seizures. Chocolate has proven to be life-threatening for dogs and should be kept away from your pup at all times. Dark chocolates are more dangerous and can have even worse effects on dogs than milk chocolates as they have a higher percentage of methylxanthines. So no matter what you do, keep your dog away from chocolates.

Grapes and raisins: Be careful when you leave a bowl of granola with raisins or a fruit platter with grapes idle on the table if you have a dog in your home. Raisins and grapes are extremely dangerous for your beloved dog and can cause their kidneys to fail and shut down permanently. It doesn’t matter what breed of dog you have or what gender, these fruits are very toxic to their bodies as their kidney are unable to filter them from their bloodstream causing failure. So no matter what you do, don’t leave these fruits on display at your home or in places where your dog can come in contact with them.

Onions: Onions usually have a particular substance in them that dogs cannot process. That substance is called thiosulphate, which is toxic to the dogs. Once this substance enters the dog’s bloodstream it can cause gastrointestinal problems and can even permanently damage their blood cells. It doesn’t matter if it is a cooked onion or raw, or even in a powdered form, it can all be deadly to your pup. Hence try to keep your dog away from any foods that contains onions in them.

Macadamia nuts: Macadamia nuts are the members of the Proteaceae family. Generally, the items that are part of this food group are not friendly to a dog’s digestive system. If your dog ingests these nuts it can cause his body temperature to rise and cause severe vomiting, hyperthermia, and even pancreatitis. Dry fruits and nuts are items that are sometimes within reach around the house, so place them in the pantry far away from the reach of the dogs.

Avocados: Avocados contain a kind of substance called Persin. We humans are very immune to this substance but it is not the same for dogs. Dogs are intolerant to Persin and it reacts as a toxin in their bloodstream and can cause severe diarrhea and vomiting.

Conclusion

Dogs have a much more sensitive digestive system than us humans and process foods differently. Hence they have difficulty in processing these particular foods.

As an owner it is your duty to keep your dogs safe and healthy then keep them away from these foods at all times.

Author Bio: Jeremy grew up in a house full of dogs, a cat, and even rabbits. He recently decided to share his advice and opinions on his very own pet blog, BestDogFood.com.