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CBD For Dogs: CBD Dog Chews & More

Updated: Dec 17, 2020

CBD For Dogs

GoGreen Hemp's veterinarian formulated CBD Dog Soft Chew Bites are loaded with 2mg of our broad-spectrum CBD. These CBD soft chews are used to promote health and support the reduction of pain, inflammation, and other age-related issues. These beef-flavored CBD soft chew bites are perfect as a supplement or simply an addition to your dog's daily diet. 

These dog chew bites are completely THC-free, so your dog will be taking a supplement that won't affect them psychologically. Canines are even more sensitive to THC than humans so finding a product that has no THC is extremely vital. Like humans, animals also produce endocannabinoids, that act on specific receptors that are found throughout the body, and regulate various physiological roles. Cannabinoids, in this case, Cannabidiol (CBD), has the potential to help various medical problems, in a non-toxic way. These soft chew bites are derived from hemp, instead of marijuana, so they are legal for sale in all 50 states. Some of our customers have reported results stating that our soft chew bites can safely help reduce inflammation, pain, and can also be used for palliative care or end-of-life ailments.

CBD for dogs

For years, canine diseases have been treated with synthetic drugs. These synthetic drugs may cause serious side effects; similar to human pain medications. Nonetheless, these drugs are still being prescribed by veterinarians as there is no way to legally prescribe CBD. Many veterinarians have an "old-school" mentality and are not ready to see the benefits that CBD has in medicine, they want to "wait and see what the FDA has to say". Many pet owners are tired of waiting and purchasing CBD bites for their canine's issues. 

The feedback from pet owners has vouched for the use of CBD treats to soothe anxious dogs, particularly in cases of separation anxiety, thunderstorm fears, traveling in cars, anxiety during veterinary visits, and social anxiety in canines.

How CBD Works After Consumption: 

Due to legal restrictions, there are minimal studies that show the exact effects of CBD for various conditions. The available pharmacological data on animals is scarce, and the way dogs metabolize cannabinoids is different from how humans do. 

In dogs, 2-AG and anandamide are the primary messenger cannabinoids. These chemicals activate CB1 and CB2 receptors in the brain and other regions, respectively. Being an agonist to these receptors, CBD weakly binds to these receptors for a longer duration and evokes a long-lasting therapeutic response without causing toxic effects.

Cannabidiol boosts the Endocannabinoid system within the body, which has been shown to influence many functions of the body.

Located within the primary and peripheral nervous systems, the Endocannabinoid system’s cannabidiol receptors can use CBD to directly mitigate the effects of inflammation, while bolstering our dog’s immune systems to better support their health.

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