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HEMP DAY CBD Dog Treats
Our CBD Dog treats are infused with high quality, full-spectrum CBD oil extracted from industrial hemp in Colorado. Rest assured, we use natural organic ingredients in our CBD treats for dogs. Key superfood ingredients such as Turmeric Powder, Boswellia, Hemp Seed Powder, and Flaxseed combined with pure CBD oil makes a powerful combination. You can trust in HEMP DAY to deliver the highest quality CBD for dogs.
We carry 3 different kinds of CBD Dog Treats. Each type is specially formulated to fit your pet’s particular needs. Whether your dog is suffering from Joint & Mobility Problems, Stress & Anxiety issues or you would just like to improve your pet’s Heart & Immune System, our products are sure to fit your best friend’s condition.
CBD for Dogs – Good Things To Know
Cannabidiol (CBD) is an extract that comes from the cannabis plant. It is extracted from industrial cannabis, otherwise known as hemp. CBD oil is manufactured by applying high amounts of pressure to the flowers, leaves, and stalks of the hemp plant. Hempseed oil is different from CBD oil. Hempseed oil comes from the seeds of the hemp plant, and is used primarily in beauty products.
CBD is a cannabinoid. This is a group of chemical compounds that play a vital role in every mammalian body. CBD molecules interact with the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) located all over your dog’s body and have a whole variety of effects.
It is important to note that CBD has not been approved by the FDA to prevent, treat, or cure any ailments or diseases. As such, you must do your own research before using it for your dog.
CBD and the Endocannabinoid System
It’s a proven fact that all mammals, people, and pets alike, have an Endocannabinoid System. That means that your dog can enjoy CBD just as people do. The Endocannabinoid System is a huge network comprised of many cannabinoid receptors located throughout the body. This crucial system is used by the body to help maintain balance.
Is CBD Safe for Dogs?
Yes! CBD can be easily metabolized and has little to no side effects. Unlike other cannabinoids, CBD is not psychoactive. This means it will not make your dog high. This is a good thing since most dogs do not like being intoxicated. Intoxication may trigger confusion, agitation, or even aggression in your dog.
Recent studies have revealed the potential side effects of CBD for dogs. Dry mouth and drowsiness tend to be the most common. There are no serious or potentially dangerous side effects associated with CBD use.
Like supplements, though, there is a point at which administering additional CBD will have no additional benefit for
your pet. It is always advisable, therefore, to give your pet small amounts of the CBD tincture first and then monitor the effects before increasing the dosage.
How to Safely Administer CBD to Dogs
CBD has a generally “safe profile”: it is very difficult for your dog to overdose on CBD. There has never been a recorded case of this happening. If you administer too much CBD your dog may simply get drowsy and sleep off the dose.
The safest way to administer CBD to your dog is to do so under the guidance of a veterinarian. This will ensure that it does not have any negative interactions with medications your dog may be taking.
The general rule of thumb most veterinarians give owners is to “go low and go slow” when starting CBD treatment for their dogs. This means you should start at a low dose and slowly increase it if necessary.
Overall, CBD is a generally safe product. This is especially true if you purchase it from a reliable company that subjects its products to rigorous testing. These products are always tested for:
This will ensure that each product sold has the proper dosage amounts. Controlling the potency of the various products allows you to safely and effectively administer it to your pets.
CBD is extracted from the hemp plant and these plants have to be grown and harvested just like any other crop. All products from HEMP DAY are 100% organic. This means that no pesticides were used to grow the cannabis plants, resulting in a safer product for your dog.
CBD extraction from the hemp plant requires the use of carbon dioxide (CO2). This is an environmentally conscious method of production. CO2 extraction results in no toxins or harsh chemicals remaining in the final product.These tests are always performed by third-party companies in order to get certificates of analysis (COA’s).
HEMP DAY CBD Pellets for Horses
HEMP DAY CBD Pellets for Horses are crafted using full-spectrum CBD rich hemp extract. Manufactured under the strictest of standards and developed in parallel with the newest research, these hemp pellets are perfect for all horses no matter the size, breed, or class. Loaded with essential nutrients like Omega 3-6-9 fatty acids our pellets are an excellent source for supplemental protein and fiber.
- Over 3000MG Active CBD organic hemp extract
- 0.3% PCR hemp extract along with 20% protein, 50% fiber, and 30% carbohydrates
- Full-spectrum hemp extract obtained via cold CO2 extraction.
- 3rd party lab tested for potency, quality, and efficacy
- Rich in Omega 3-6-9 fatty acids in a perfect ratio
- Organic hemp sourced from Oregon based, family-run, organic farm.
- Derived Farm Bill compliant hemp, legal in all 50 states
- Antimicrobial and mold inhibitors added to ensure freshness
- Molasses added for natural flavoring
A general daily dose of pellets is approximately 15grams or two tablespoons. Based on ~25mg per tablespoon/7.5gram. A pound should generally last one month at that dosage. Each pound of hemp pellets has ~1500mg CBD. Dosage is dependent on weight. For equine the suggested dosing is:
- Miniature (<350lbs) = 10 mg
- Pony (<900lbs) = 20 mg
- Horse (<1500lbs) = 50 mg
- XL/Draft (>1500lbs) = 65 mg
This dose is fed twice daily. However, starting at 1/3 of the dose and working up from there is recommended. For more severe conditions higher dosage can be used.
Aside from horses, these hemp pellets can also be used for many different species including, donkeys, mules, goats, sheep, swine, poultry, rabbits, dogs, and caged pets such as birds and pocket pets.
Why People Use CBD Pellets For Horses?
The primary reasons people give CBD to horses is to provide relief, offer a better quality of life, and to help maintain overall balance and wellness. The reason people choose to use CBD pellets for their horse comes down to a matter of preference or convenience.
As mentioned earlier, the common ways to apply CBD are by tincture or capsule form. To administer a dose of CBD tincture to a horse you will either have to use an oral syringe and manually put it in their mouth, or drip the some of their food or drinking water. Although all these methods will work, for some people, they may also seem like an inconvenience.
For many owners and trainers, CBD pellets for horses are the most convenient and efficient way to give CBD to their horse. The hemp pellets are very easy to administer. Simply count out the suggested amount and feed it to your horse. No preparation needed and no waste. Hemp pellets are a clean and easy way to administer CBD to horses.
How do CBD Pellets For Horses Work?
Most people who ask this question are really asking “how does CBD work in horses”? Before we jump into this we need to state that the information and products presented here are not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure any disease. All information stated here is not meant to be a substitute or alternative for any information from health care practitioners. Now, with that said, to understand how CBD works in horses you may need a vague understanding of how cannabinoids work within the ECS.
As previously addressed, cannabinoids are compounds that are capable of interacting with the ECS, and almost every living creature is born with this system.
There are 3 types of cannabinoids: endocannabinoids, phytocannabinoids, and synthetic cannabinoids. However, we will only be focusing on endocannabinoids and phytocannabinoids. Here is a brief description of each to explain them:
These are cannabinoids which are created naturally by cells within the body. The prefix “endo” means “within” as within the body.
These are cannabinoids that come from plants. “Photo” means “of a plant” or “relating to plants”.
Other Benefits Of CBD Hemp Pellets For Horses
The hemp plant naturally contains various nutrients that may be beneficial to horses.
Naturally, full-spectrum CBD products will include antioxidants, essential fatty acids (Omega 3 & 6), amino acids, and minerals such as minerals like phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, calcium, sulfur, iron and zinc. Full-spectrum CBD should also contain natural vitamins such as vitamin A, C, E, and B Complex vitamins.