The Benefits of CBD for Your Dog

July 1, 2020

Do you love your pets as much as we do? If the answer is yes and you have a pet who has skin conditions, medical issues or is just getting a little older, you’ve probably considered trying CBD.  Well, we’re here to tell you – do it!   

What most of our customers ask us when choosing our Love Your Fur Baby products is – how does it help?  Let’s see if we can answer that for you…

What are the Benefits?

It helps with pain: CBD is known for its painkilling wonders.  We’ve seen great success in our own pets as well as with our charity partner, Harmony New Beginnings Animal Rescue.  We have dozens of animals on it for  assisting with arthritis, hip dysplasia, and other chronic conditions.  It’s much easier on their digestive systems and usually easier to get in them than a pain pill.

It helps with seizures:   Most people know CBD first became known in the mass culture when it was used to treat childhood epileptic seizures.  That same benefit happens in our pets as well.  CBD helps control spasms, tics, tremors, seizures because it is a natural anticonvulsant.

It helps with inflammation:  the anti-inflammatory effects of CBD are believed to be one of the primary reasons it’s so effective in treating an array of different conditions. If your pet suffers from arthritis or other inflammation (even a recent injury), consider CBD as an alternative to steroids and pills.

CBD helps with anxiety related to Fireworks

It relieves stress and anxiety: Just like us, our pets can get stress, anxiety, and even phobias. CBD is an effective way to help treat these conditions for pets.  Our dogs and livestock take CBD every fourth of July to help them get through the fireworks.

It won’t get your pet high: CBD is related to cannabis, but it will not get your pet high. Unlike THC, which is the main psychoactive compound found in marijuana, CBD isn’t psychoactive which means it is safe to use on your pet.

Don’t forget that a portion of all pet product sales on our site goes to Harmony New Beginnings Animal Rescue.