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The use of cannabis in veterinary medicine dates back thousands of years, when the ancient Greeks used it to treat horses. However, only recently have veterinarians rediscovered the therapeutic potential of hemp for treating pets. The research began in 1899, when the English physician and pharmacologist Walter E. Divon reported his observations on the response of dogs and cats to cannabis.

In recent years, veterinarians have rediscovered the therapeutic potential of hemp, obtaining tangible results in the treatment of many diseases typical of pets. This shows that hemp is an important resource for animal health, not just human health.

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The beneficial properties of CBD on our body are countless and the same applies to our puppies.

Here they are listed:

  • Anti-inflammatory : Anti-inflammatory properties can help treat health problems such as arthritis and chronic pain in animals, but also protect the skin and fur from the risks they are continually exposed to.
  • Anticonvulsant : CBD can help control seizures that affect our pets
  • Anxiolytics : can help in cases of anxiety and severe stress
  • Pain Relief : It has analgesic properties that can help treat pain.
  • Sleep regulation : It can help regulate sleep cycles and improve their quality
  • natural emollient : gives hydration to the skin and softness to the fur

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THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM IN ANIMALS

From an evolutionary point of view, the Endocannabinoid System is very ancient and is present in almost all animal species, with the exception of insects. Given its long evolutionary history, the ECS is thought to serve basic functions in animal physiology and is an essential part of life and adaptation to environmental changes.

In animals, the endocannabinoid system has two kinds of receptors: CB1 and CB2. CB1 receptors are found primarily in the brain and central nervous system, while CB2 receptors are found in peripheral organs, especially in immune cells.

The animal endocannabinoid system is involved in many physiological processes such as appetite, pain sensation, mood and memory. Specifically, dogs express a higher concentration of endocannabinoid receptors in the brainstem and cerebellum than any other species. These brain structures control heart rate, breathing and muscle coordination.

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Dosage and administration

It is possible to administer hemp oil both orally (directly into the mouth or by adding it to food) and topically, through the application of oils or ointments containing CBD.

The CBD dosing guidelines for dogs and cats were established through a combination of data from scientific research and the experience of veterinarians. Dosage recommendations vary depending on the individual and specific condition, which is why it is always best to consult an experienced veterinarian. The recommended dose of CBD for pets is generally between 0.1-0.5 mg/kg/day, but it is possible to go up to 5 mg/kg/day.

It is important to start with a low quantity and gradually increase, dividing it into two administrations per day.

(ZERO) FEAR OF BARRELS

Preventive treatment with CBD and CBG for pets plays a crucial role in managing anxiety related to barrels, especially during holiday periods. The cannabinoids present in these products interact with the endocannabinoid system of animals, helping to regulate their emotional state and reduce the anxious response to intense sound stimuli. This natural approach, based on scientific research, offers a safe and effective alternative to preserve the mental and physical health of animals during stressful situations.

In addition, the choice to undertake preventive treatment with CBD and CBG becomes even more relevant during the holidays, when fireworks and sudden noises increase. Protecting animals from these disturbances is an act of caring towards our furry companions, allowing them to experience celebrations in a more reassuring environment. Regularity in administration and appropriate dosage are essential to ensure continuous coverage, thus offering constant and sustainable relief against barrel-induced anxiety, significantly improving the quality of life of pets during festive times.

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