CBD has the potential to help dogs in some of the same ways it can help humans.
Have you jumped on the pandemic puppy bandwagon? Or has your long-time dog been the one holding the household together during these strange times? Either way, you might be finding yourself spending more time with your furry friend than ever before, which means more time getting to know what riles them up and sets them off. While getting them to a ten may be as easy as a squeaking duck toy (or a particularly great stick), bringing them back to a one may be harder to figure out. Consider adding full-spectrum hemp extract with cannabidiol (CBD) to your dog’s routine. With so many products available for humans, it’s only fair to give man’s best friend a shot at experiencing the benefits of hemp-derived CBD.
First, let’s start with a primer. CBD is a chemical compound produced by the cannabis plant. But don’t get ahead of yourself: people often mistakenly use terms related to cannabis interchangeably. Hemp and marijuana are both plants in the cannabis family that contain chemical compounds called phytocannabinoids. The two most well-known are the non-intoxicating (and fully legal) CBD, and tetrahydrocannabinol, a.k.a. THC—the only phytocannabinoid that can get you high.
Hemp and marijuana contain both of these naturally-occurring compounds at varying levels. In contrast to marijuana, hemp plants not only have higher levels of CBD, they also have naturally lower levels of THC. In fact, hemp extract legally must contain no more than 0.3 percent THC, which is why it is often associated more with CBD. But these aren’t the only compounds you might find in hemp extracts. Some companies, like Charlotte’s Web, are using science to make more complete hemp-derived supplements. For example, Charlotte’s Web’s proprietary, non-GMO hemp includes a full spectrum of naturally occurring terpenes, flavonoids, and other valuable compounds that work synergistically to heighten positive effects.
Underneath that furry exterior, dogs have a lot more in common with people than you might imagine. All mammals are biologically equipped with an endocannabinoid system (ECS) that produces its own cannabinoids called “endocannabinoids” (the prefix just means they are produced inside the body instead of from a plant). Regardless of whether or not someone uses or has ever used cannabis, everyone produces these chemicals naturally.
Our dogs aren’t pets, they’re family. That’s why we have a variety of products to help improve the lives of those who improve ours, including full-spectrum hemp extract, topical balm and full-spectrum hemp chews in three functional formulas designed for Calm, Hip & Joint, and Senior dogs. Now with even more options – like chicken-flavored oil and chicken chews – our CBD with a full spectrum of naturally occuring cannabinoids will serve any dog’s picky palate.
Yes, Charlotte’s Web is NASC Certified. The NASC Quality Seal enables consumers to make safe and empowered purchasing decisions when shopping for their pets. The seal is awarded only to manufacturers and suppliers that have successfully passed an NASC facility audit and comply with rigorous quality standards, including strict labeling requirements, real-time adverse event reporting, and random product testing by an independent lab.
The pet products we offer currently are designed to support canine wellness. We are continually evaluating ways to expand our offerings and develop new products to serve the Endocannabinoid Systems of many mammals. Stay tuned for more from Charlotte’s Web™ for your favorite pet! Speaking of the Endocannabinoid System, learn more about how it works here!
Why Charlotte’s Web for your dog?
Because our pets are family and we only give our family the best: all of our pet products feature Charlotte’s Web premium proprietary hemp extract.
Our new pet chews for canines feature ingredients blended specifically to support your dog in the ways they need it. Our Calming Chew in Chicken Flavor includes Valerian Root, Passionflower, Chamomile, and our Charlotte’s Web™ Hemp Extract. The Hip & Joint Chew in Chicken Flavor includes Glucosamine HCl, Chondroitin Sulfate, Turmeric Root, and Charlotte’s Web™ Hemp Extract. Our Senior Chew in Chicken Flavor includes DHA, EPA, Vitamin E, Elderberry Powder, and Charlotte’s Web™ Hemp Extract.
Game changer! My puppy is back.
Duke is Obssessed – Have used these treats with our pup for a month now. I definitely can see the change in Duke, he is less whiny and anxious. He goes NUTS whenever I bring out the treat jar so I’m guessing the flavor is really good too (haven’t tried them myself hahah). Ordered the 60 count bag this time!
Charlotte’s Web was one of the first major players in the CBD industry.
If you’re using this oil for a specific health condition, you may want to check out some more specific formulas. You can find specifically-formulated CBD oils for dogs with arthritis, or others formulated for dogs with cancer or epilepsy — for example.
If you’re unhappy with Charlotte’s Web CBD Oil for Pets, you can return the unused portion for a refund within 30-days of purchase.
The 100 mL bottle is a terrific deal in the realm of CBD pet oils. At Charlotte’s Web offers this product in one CBD concentration only, 17 mg/mL. You also have the choice of either an unflavored oil or one that tastes like chicken for picky pets..09 per mg of CBD, it’s quite a bit cheaper than many of Charlotte’s Web’s competitors. Additionally, there are very few companies who offer pet products in 100 mL bottles.
This new strain of high-CBD, low-THC cannabis was able to effectively manage Charlotte’s seizures — thus Charlotte’s Web began to look into CBD-infused products.