CBD products sold in store

CBD for Pets - What Is It and How Does It Work?

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a chemical compound from the cannabinoid family that naturally occurs in the cannabis plant.

Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is probably the best-known thanks to its psychoactive properties -- it's the one that gets you "high" -- but CBD is quickly gaining ground due to its potential therapeutic benefits. CBD does not contain enough THC to have any psychoactive effects (less than 0.3%)

What is CBD oil?

Different cannabis plants — often called hemp— contain different levels of chemical compounds.

How people breed the plant affects the CBD levels. Our CBD oils come from industrial hemp.

Makers of CBD oil use different methods to extract the compound. The extract is then added to a carrier oil and called CBD oil.

CBD oil comes in many different strengths, and people use it in various ways.

What Does Full Spectrum Mean?

Full spectrum CBD oil, as its name suggests, contains all the cannabinoids found within the source cannabis plant. It contains powerful cannabinoids like Cannabinol (CBN), Cannabicyclol (CBL), and Cannabichromevarinic Acid (CBCVA). All these cannabinoids work together to give animals greater relief and provide more substantial results. Full spectrum CBD reacts differently with the endocannabinoid system, this reaction is also referred to as the "entourage effect."

The benefits of CBD oil:

  • Treats:
    • Nausea
    • Stress/ anxiety
    • Seizures
    • Aches and pains (arthritis, hip dysplasia, etc.)
    • Symptoms of cancer
    • Increases appetite
    • Gastrointestinal issues
  • No life-threatening side-effects in comparison to conventional pet pain-management medication
    • Not in a sedated state
    • Less stress on the liver and kidneys

Differences Between Drops and Treats

  • Drops make it easier to adjust the mg/ml amount administered to the pet.
  • Treats are better for dogs that do not appreciate hands near their mouth and are very treat motivated.
  • On the flip side, if you have a dog who does not like treats then it would make more sense to administer CBD in oil form.
  • If the pet has a lot of different allergies and sensitivities the oil would be better because you can avoid the inactive ingredients that make up a biscuit.

The Brands We Carry In-Store

Pet Releaf

The hemp is grown at a Certified USDA Organic joint-venture hemp farm in eastern Colorado. They developed their own specialized strain called PR-33 that is especially beneficial to dogs and cats. Third-party testing is conducted to verify safety and potency. They use CO2 extraction (which means they don’t use solvents or chemicals to extract the CBD). No ingredients from China, sourced from the US whenever possible. Available in drops or treats.

Treatibles

Cultivated with 100% USDA organic practices in South Carolina. Proprietary solventless method results in the high levels of non-psychoactive cannabinoids, terpenes and other beneficial compounds being infused directly into the carrier oil, MCT coconut oil (infusion). Third party lab testing done to ensure safety and potency. No ingredients from China. Available in drops or treats.

Austin & Kat

Minimally processed proprietary hemp extracts. Formulated with complementary botanicals. Fully traceable scientifically backed ingredients. Gluten-free, human grade, and vegan. No unnecessary additives or fillers


Visit us in-store and we would be more then happy to assist you finding a CBD product that works best for your pet.


*0.2 x [your dog’s body weight, in pounds] = mg/ml of CBD per day

For quickest absorption give to pet on empty stomach*

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