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Can CBD Help Your Pet?

Can CBD Help Your Pet?

Of all the families in America, 68% of them are dog owners. And research has suggested that the more time a dog spends with its owner, the more attached it becomes.

Sometimes you do have to leave your furry friend for a variety of reasons. And if the bond is secure between you and your pup, they could experience separation anxiety.

If you’ve tried leaving your dog before, and they’ve had difficulty being apart from you, keep reading to learn more about dog separation anxiety solutions and if CBD oil might be able to help.


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What is Dog Separation Anxiety?

Many things can frighten a dog — thunderstorms, fireworks, and being away from its human. Separation anxiety is a condition in which the dog displays anxious behavior when away from its owner.

Not all dogs show all signs of separation anxiety, but they might be as follows:

  • Pacing
  • Whining
  • Whimpering
  • Shaking
  • Inability to control bowel movements
  • Not eating
  • Being destructive to furniture or other household items
  • Digging at the door
  • Crying
  • Trying to escape the crate

These behaviors would be classified as dog anxiety. Though there’s no definite way to tell if or when your dog might develop separation anxiety, certain breeds are more prone to it. Here is a list of dogs that may experience anxiety more heavily than others:

  • Labrador Retrievers
  • German Shepherd
  • Australian Shepherd
  • Bichon Frise
  • Jack Russel Terrier
  • Border Collie

Remember that every dog is different, each coming from a diverse background. Just because you own (or might own) any of the breeds listed above, doesn’t guarantee that your dog will have separation anxiety.

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What is CBD Oil?

CBD oil is short for cannabidiol, a cannabinoid found in the hemp plant. CBD is unlike its cousin, tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC because it cannot produce Psychoactive effects. So, it will not give you (or your dog) that “high” feeling.

CBD oil research is still very ongoing but promising. CBD oil has shown to help with a variety of different ailments in humans and dogs.

One of the reasons why CBD oil is becoming a popular supplement is because of its non-addictive properties and minimal side effects. Some traditional medications alone cause a host of side effects that are unpleasant and make taking the medication challenges.

At this time however CBD is not FDA approved or intended to treat, cure, diagnose, or prevent any disease or ailment.  It is important for all pet owners to discuss starting a CBD supplement with their Vet prior to use.

Dog Separation Anxiety Solutions

When a dog suffers from separation anxiety, it’s almost as difficult for the owner as it is the dog. To make both of your lives easier, there are a few ways CBD oil might be beneficial.

First, it’s crucial to understand how CBD oil works in the body.

The Endocannabinoid System

Both humans and dogs have an endocannabinoid system (ECS) in the body. The ECS is responsible for maintaining balance in parts of your body to ensure that it’s working correctly. The three parts of the ECS are endocannabinoids, receptors, and enzymes.

The ESC works to regulate parts of the body that deal with moods, hunger, sleep, memory, and focus. So, when you feel hungry, that’s your ECS telling you it’s time to eat.

The main focus of how CBD works in the body starts with the receptors CB1 and CB2, which target the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. What’s unique about CBD is that these receptors don’t bind to CBD the way they do THC, and therefore produces a more positive effect on the body. More research is needed to completely understand the interaction between CBD and the ECS system.

How CBD Oil May Help Anxiety in Dogs

The belief is that CBD oil may allow the ECS to work more efficiently in stabilizing moods. This means a very anxious pup may have a calming benefit if using CBD oil.

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How to Use CBD Oil on Your Dog

There are a few ways to administer CBD oil to your pup.

First, remember that THC is toxic to dogs, so you’ll want to look for an oil that has Zero-THC. Some manufacturers make CBD-infused treats or supplements that are convenient to give to your dog if you have a picky eater.

One of the best ways to give your dog CBD is by using a tincture. A tincture is a bottle filled with CBD oil and is delivered using an eyedropper. This ensures you get the most accurate dose possible, and you can even mix it into their food.

The dosage will depend on the size of your dog and its needs. In general, larger dogs will need a more substantial amount, and vice versa.

Side Effects of Using CBD Oil

As mentioned before, the side effects of CBD are minimal to non-existent. However, they can occur. Here’s what to look for in your dog:

  • Excessive thirst or dry mouth
  • Lowered blood pressure
  • Fatigue or lethargy

If you notice any of these symptoms appearing after your dog took CBD oil, discontinue use and contact your veterinarian.

Calm Your Pup With CBD Oil

CBD oil is a new supplement that may benefit those animals with anxiety and help them to avoid unpleasant side effects of some medications. If you have a dog who has difficulty being alone, CBD oil might be a natural alternative to explore. As with any new supplement it is important to discuss with your pets veterinary doctor prior to use.

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