If you give CBD to your dog, look out for signs of a positive or negative reaction.
For example, if you give CBD to your dog 20 minutes before a firework show and find them lying comfortably the CBD has probably been effective.
Or, if your dog’s arthritis has been causing movement issues. After about a week of CBD They’re able to run and jump like they used to. Chances are it’s working. Because of its ability in reducing pain and inflammation CBD is a great alternative to give your dog instead of chemical prescriptions from your vet. We looked at a recent study in which dogs where given just 2mg twice per day which may have greatly improved mobility in dogs with osteoarthritis.
We recommend giving your fluffy friend a Full Spectrum tincture as it contains ALL the beneficial compounds in the plant, unlike broad spectrum and CBD isolate.
As for negative effects, look for excessive panting, lethargy, vomiting, dribbling urine, and loss of balance. If your pet is exhibiting any of these symptoms, they may have consumed too much and may be experiencing toxic effects.
In this case, it’s best to visit your veterinarian. They’ll be able to help you regardless of whether they’re willing to discuss CBD with you.