Learn with StashClub: What You Need to Know About CBD for Dogs
Senior dogs are more likely to experience appetite changes, mobility issues, separation anxiety, and weakened immune systems. As a dog owner, you may be wondering if adding CBD into their diet could improve their health markers – especially if you’ve had a positive experience with CBD yourself.
Using CBD oil from Stashclub for dogs depends on a range of factors, including weight, breed, CBD dosage, and any health issues your canine friend may be going through.
All Dogs Have an Endocannabinoid System
You heard that right; dogs have an endocannabinoid system too – just as humans do. This allows them to derive benefits from marijuana products (and getting high from them!).
It is important to note that CBD is not the same as marijuana (which contains numerous cannabinoids). For starters, marijuana contains THC or tetrahydrocannabinol, which causes euphoric reactions in the body.
When looking for CBD oil for dogs, make sure to check the product from Stashclub for ingredients to manage your expectations.
Benefits of CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD can be used to manage a range of health issues. From boosting their immune system to dealing with stress. For example, CBD can manage separation anxiety when you leave for work or change homes. You can also use CBD oil to reduce panic from loud events such as thunderstorms and fireworks.
Is CBD Safe for Use with Dogs?
Just like humans, your dog may also experience a few side effects, but that’s rare. We recommend starting from lower dosages of CBD and then working your way up. If you notice that your dog isn’t their usual self or sleeping more than usual, try adjusting their dosage to see if that makes a difference.
Moreover, it is a good idea to select a product from Stashclub that is designed specifically for dogs. This avoids introducing ingredients that could be harmful to their body. Case in point, chocolate.
As always, get in touch with your vet if you have any further questions about introducing CBD into your dog’s diet.