Did you know that #CBD for pets is a thing now?

I’ve always been fascinated by science, especially medical science. When I was a kid, I used to love reading the medical advances section of Readers Digest. I’ve a big believer in western medicine, but my eyes have recently been opened to other options. I’ve mentioned before that we’ve been exploring CBD products for Lizze in hopes of helping her better manage her chronic pain, including migraines. Traditional medicine wasn’t helpful, and after years of not being able to find any meaningful relief, something happened.

Ohio recently legalized medicinal marijuana, and Lizze was able to obtain her Ohio medical marijuana card a few months ago. It’s pretty much changed her life.

CBD oil, which is THC free, has been very helpful as well. She only tried it in two forms, gummies and oil but it’s been a positive experience.
As the laws catch up with the science, we’re likely to see more and more uses for CBD products emerging into the market.

One of the latest things is CBD for pets. That’s right, for pets. CBD is now being used to help improve general wellness and manage your pets pain naturally. You should definitely talk to your vet first and never give your pet any of your CBD oil because the dose is likely too high.

CBD for pets is THC free and specifically designed for your pets, based on size and weight. You can get CBD treats, oils and sprays for both dogs and cats.
CBD for cats is becoming popular. It’s even being used to help with stress and anxiety.

We have a very nervous cat named Blue. He rarely leaves the basement and is afraid of most humans. My wife and I have tried everything we can to help him feel like he can have free roam of the house. Unfortunately, nothing has worked, and he’s unwilling to come out. We’re going to talk to our vet about the possibility of using CBD for cats. Maybe it will be enough to help ease his anxiety a bit and realize that there’s nothing to be afraid of.

We would have to use treats cause I can’t imagine trying to spray anything into his mouth. We have a hard enough time with flea treatments. 😀

Anyway, it’s something we’re thinking about.

You can find CBD for pets online at places like https://www.medipetscbd.com. My readers can even get a discount by using the MEDIPETS50 coupon code for a one-time usage of 50% off the entire store. If you’re in the market for this kind of thing, give them a quick look.

This is a sponsored post. The views and opinions may not reflect the views and opinions of this blog or its author. This does not constitute medical advise and always talk to your vet before starting any kind of over the counter medication or supplements.

Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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Got some my dogs a few weeks back


Yes and I use it. I sell it also.

Curtis G

I too had heard some time ago about CBD oil. It caught my attention more because I ran across postings from parents of autistic loved ones who had tried it and one of the things that caught my attention was that they said that it lowered anxiety. I was very skeptical and because hemp is in the cannabis family, it took a long time and a lot of research before I tried it with my adult autistic son whose panic attacks and anxiety, which started in the evening and would go on until around 5am, keeping me and my wife up until he calmed down. Still I was hesitant to use it, even though the THC content is basically nil. We finally decided to give it a try and were surprised to see his daily anxiety melt downs began to disappear. I am by no means presenting this as medical advice or proposing that it would work for every autistic person and don’t work for any company selling CBD products. Also you should discuss this avenue with your family doctor for his opinion before going this route. I’m only saying that it did provide a large deduction in my son’s daily panic attacks and melt downs which were really wearing my wife and I down, especially at our late age. He’s still prone to milder anxiety in certain stressful situations, but nowhere near what he normally used to experience. There are still other problems he has(gastro problems, migraines and other typical things associated with autism) but his anxiety attacks are way down.