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CBD oil brands?

Worg

Big Dog
I know this topic has been brought up before, but I searches on the forum are not showing anything.

I've no idea of any sort of hemp/cannabis product, what brands there are, how available they are etc. I know there are still legal issues but that CBD oil doesn't seem to be illegal to have/use in any state? My family lives in Oregon and they have an EXTREMELY anxious dog. We've tried various medications to help him, but they just seem to sedate him. Living in Oregon they have a lot of local dispensaries, but I've heard people complain about some brands and prefer others, if brand is even the right word? Can't seem to find CBD oil available online, probably also legal issues there.

Also, if/when we find a product for this dog, what are the dosages? He is approx 100 lbs, but as far as I know CBD oil is made for humans and doesn't have instructions for us.
 

leavesofjoy

Big Dog
Premium Member

RobR73

Puppy
I'm not sure if this allowed in this forum, so mods if it is inappropriate please delete this thread.

That being said I am wholesale distributor for a vast array of CBD products, many of which are manufactured exclusively for our company right here the USA. We also started carrying dog treats and I can offer wholesale prices for anyone here, regardless of the order size. PM me if interested and I can give you any information you want about the product(s).
 

Kit

Good Dog
I'm in WA and have had great luck with CBD products for different issues with my dogs.
I order different things from different places as I find what works better or offers the same at a better price.
I give Marshall Hemp oil daily and he's doing better than he was with Adequan injections. I get that from Dogs Naturally Market.
I also use CBD oil and Kidney Support that I get from Pranna Pet.
The first place I ordered from is Canna Pet, I got their cookies and capsules. I've heard they aren't a good company, but I had great results with their products.
 

BlaznJon

Little Dog
I use treatibles brand cbd oil and treats on zena. she is a high prey drive ,high strung dog. they are the only thing that seems to lessen her noise anxiety . use them the month of july she does not like fire works. if i can i give her the treats before she hears them if i can. or drops after they start. seems to help some what. tried sileo and a bunch of other drugs and nothing helped.

they are available on line and in pet stores around me in california. when compared to other brands they seem to be a lesser concentration.
i have a friend that uses them for seizures on her am staff. villalobos has some kind of connection to them in the last couple months.

Uc davis in california is doing a study on the use of CBD`s. here`s a link if any of you use them and have any input.here`s a link to there survey.

https://ucdavis.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7OJdYoijJQd7S3b
 

Rezbull

Puppy
If possible fresh leaf juice is as good as it gets even though it is not feasible for everyone. It's easier to dose then with concentrated extracts. Sadly the main Cannabinoid THC isn't necessarily something you'll want to give your dogs unless we're talking micro doses. A dog high on weed isn't something funny and the dogs usually trip out and if dosed inappropriately they will fall into a medically induced coma.
 

leavesofjoy

Big Dog
Premium Member
If possible fresh leaf juice is as good as it gets even though it is not feasible for everyone. It's easier to dose then with concentrated extracts. Sadly the main Cannabinoid THC isn't necessarily something you'll want to give your dogs unless we're talking micro doses. A dog high on weed isn't something funny and the dogs usually trip out and if dosed inappropriately they will fall into a medically induced coma.
We've found that the activated form of CBD in an oil extract has been much more effective for Griffin's IBS and anxiety than the raw juice form. Cannabis juice/raw cannabinoids are much less psychoactive in humans, which is a good reason for sensitive persons to use it, but dogs' metabolisms are able to partially decarboxylate the raw/acid forms of cannabinoids into the active forms, so that "safety margin" isn't present for them as much. In our experience, raw juice is worth trying if you have year-round access to it, but a well-made extract is just as easy to dose, provided that the cannabinoid levels in it are known.

-MN
 

Rezbull

Puppy
We've found that the activated form of CBD in an oil extract has been much more effective for Griffin's IBS and anxiety than the raw juice form. Cannabis juice/raw cannabinoids are much less psychoactive in humans, which is a good reason for sensitive persons to use it, but dogs' metabolisms are able to partially decarboxylate the raw/acid forms of cannabinoids into the active forms, so that "safety margin" isn't present for them as much. In our experience, raw juice is worth trying if you have year-round access to it, but a well-made extract is just as easy to dose, provided that the cannabinoid levels in it are known.

-MN
This might explain the dogs and cats who enjoy eating plants, or those that do pruning and thinning in the garden. :)