Where To Purchase Pet CBD
18545 Brookhurst St.
Fountain Valley, CA. 927089
21425 Brookhurst St.
Huntington Beach, CA. 92646
6224 Irvine Blvd.
Irvine, CA 92620
Rancho Santa Margarita
22372 El Paseo B,
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
4440 Bonita Rd.
Bonita, CA. 91
San Juan Capistrano
32022 Camino Capistrano #A
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
17440 Crenshaw Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90504
415 Avenida Pico, Ste O
San Clemente, CA 92672
638 Camino De Los Mares #A-
San Clemente, CA 92673
28991 Golden Lantern #D101
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
25502 Marguerite Parkway
Mission Viejo, CA 92692
225 Vista Village Dr #310A
Vista, CA 92083
415 West Felicita Avenue #B
Escondido, CA 92025
8901 Atlanta Avenue
Huntington Beach, CA 92646
CBD Oil Dosage Calculator for Dogs and Cats
Dosages listed are for dogs. For cats, expect to use up to double the dosage listed
- 125mg Bottle: Each ml has 8mg CBD (15ml total)
- 250mg Bottle: Each ml has 8mg CBD (30ml total)
- 500mg Bottle: Each ml has 16mg CBD (30ml total)
- 1000mg Bottle: Each ml has 16mg CBD (60ml total)
- Trinity Blend (250mg) Each ml has 5mg CBD, 1.6mg CBDa, and 1.6mg CBG (30ml total)
- Trinity Blend (500mg) Each ml has 10mg CBD, 3.3mg CBDa, 3.3mg CBG (30ml total)
CBD and other medications
CBD is generally recognized as safe to give with other medications as well. However, CBD in high doses above our recommendations, has a shown in some studies to affect a particular set of liver enzymes(P450) that are responsible for metabolizing pharmaceutical medications similar to that of grapefruit juice. We have had no reports of any contraindications from our users in this regard but we advise speaking to your vet if you have further concerns. In many ways, this function of CBD may actually help your pets’ medications work longer and be more effective allowing you (under the guidance of your veterinarian) to possible reduce the amount of pharmaceutical medications.
If you have any specific dosage or administration questions not listed here please reach out to us for assistance.
What Is CBD Oil for Dogs and how can CBD oil help my pet?
You’ve probably heard of CBD becoming a more popular solution for pain and anxiety relief in humans. But did you know that CBD oil for dogs and pets is just as popular as it is beneficial?
Your pet relies on you to help them address any pains or distress they might be experiencing, even if they can’t tell you directly. Your pup might be young at heart, but if you look and listen closely, they might be telling you a different story.
It’s common to see arthritis pain even in dogs as young as one and two years old, especially in large breed dogs who may be growing too quickly. Unwanted anxiety or stress is also a more prevalent challenge for both the dog and owner. If your pet is pacing, waking at night, or panting more than usual, that may be a sign of pain or even Canine Dementia (CCD) in older dogs. The high-quality, broad-spectrum CBD oil for dogs made by All Paws Essentials can help in all of these scenarios and more!
CBD oil for dogs is similar to the same type of CBD oil that you can get for humans. For dogs, however, these dosages are typically prescribed in lower amounts to compensate for the lower body weight of your faithful companion. Pet CBD formulas typically have very low or no THC and should be free of synthetic flavor additives.
Many pet CBD oil manufacturers choose to use lesser parts of the raw material to extract the oil, but this leads to lower-quality oils with less effectiveness. The quality of pet CBD oil is not well regulated, so the product can vary in strength and quality unless verified independently.
At All Paws Essentials, all of our CBD oils are premium-grade, using only the cannabinoid-rich flowers from hemp and tested by a third-party laboratory to ensure the quality remains pure. By purchasing veterinarian-recommended CBD Oils from All Paws Essentials, you can provide your pet with the highest level of care and pain relief.
What is the Difference Between Isolate, Broad Spectrum, and Full Spectrum?
When choosing the right CBD oil for your dog, you’ll find a few varieties of CBD on the market.
This type of CBD is exactly what it sounds like. It is a single molecule extracted from all the natural constituents of the hemp plant. It does not contain the other beneficial cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids that make the Broad Spectrum or Full spectrum so effective. There is no “entourage” effect with isolates. Studies have shown isolate does not have the same lasting effects as other broad or full-spectrum products and can even produce an adverse effect at higher dosages comparably, negating its benefits.
Broad-spectrum CBD is commonly made in all forms. This contains CBD and all of the other beneficial and secondary cannabinoid compounds of the plant, minus the THC.
This is the ideal, top-quality choice for pet CBD oils. Broad-Spectrum CBD maximizes the medical benefits while significantly lowering the risk of a psychoactive experience, which should be avoided in pets.
These products offer a similar profile as Broad Spectrum products but include the legal limit of THC (.03%). While this amount of THC is safe for most pets, many pet owners and veterinarians aren’t comfortable with THC of any kind.
What Kind of CBD Oil is Best for Dogs?
Broad-spectrum is the most recommended type of CBD Oil for dogs or cats. Most commonly, it is best to start with a broad-spectrum oil at a low dosage and then begin titrating up over a few days or a week. This is preferred unless your pet is in immediate distress. In that case, a higher dosage is appropriate to start as the benefits of pain relief outweigh the small chance of any side effects, which typically present as mild sedation, if any. Dosage is dependent on your pup’s body weight and what condition you are attempting to treat. Check out this handy online calculator to cut out the guesswork.
You’ll want to verify that the oil you choose has been independently tested to ensure it is pure, high-quality CBD. This will ensure that your pet gets the most benefit from the treatment versus a general “pet grade CBD.” Much like food, the general rule of thumb is that your pet’s CBD should be safe for human consumption to ensure it is safe for your pet. A 3rd party lab independently tests All Paws Essentials Pet CBD oil to certify quality. Every All Paws Essentials product is formulated with human-quality ingredients and nothing less.
What Health Problems Can CBD Oil for Dogs Treat?
Both young and old dogs can benefit from CBD oil, whisking away symptoms and helping treat ailments related to either medical conditions or aging. Dogs as young as one can start showing signs of arthritis, and this only gets worse with age with shaky limbs and a slower gait.
Mobility issues and joint pain are not the only health problems that CBD has shown to help in pets. CBD has also shown significant progress in treating anxiety, seizures, dermatitis, and other skin conditions. Other potential benefits of CBD oil for dogs may include treating depression, loss of appetite, insomnia, and glaucoma.
Many studies are still ongoing to discover new and proven ways that CBD can benefit your pup’s health, however, the anecdotal evidence from owners and veterinarians is overwhelming.
Double-blind studies have even shown that treating your pup with CBD oil does provide a remarkable difference in their health, especially in older dogs who show visible signs of arthritis and inflammation.
How Fast Does CBD Work in Dogs?
The speed at which CBD begins to work is dependent on how quickly it is absorbed. This is dependent on a few variables. Pet CBD formulas with highly absorbable MCT oil like All Paws Essentials may work faster as they don’t require as much digestion as other oils like hemp seed or olive oil. Giving CBD over food or on a full stomach typically poses the same issue of delayed or reduced efficacy. Similarly, when using CBD oils, you should notice the effects a little faster than treats like our Underbites or other forms of other edibles.
Your dog’s CBD oil should begin working anywhere from 15-45 minutes after ingestion, depending on their body weight, stomach contents, and dosage. Consistent, continual administration will provide more profound and more sustained results.
Is It Legal to Give My Dog CBD Oil?
It is legal to give your dog CBD oil, but you’ll want to remember that CBD quality is not regulated. If you’re considering CBD oil for your pet, you’ll want to confirm that the product you choose is made of high-quality human-grade ingredients substantiated with 3rd party lab results or COA’s (Certificates of Authenticity).
All Paws Essentials has stepped up to the task of providing you with premium-grade CBD oil for dogs that experience anxiety, depression, skin issues, arthritis, and digestive upsets.
When you give your pooch a high-quality CBD oil like ours, you’re providing them with the excellent care and consideration that they deserve as a part of your family.
Shop Top-Quality CBD Oil and CBD Treats for Dogs with All Paws Essentials
At All Paws Essentials, we want to ensure your dog’s CBD oil is treated with the same care and quality assurance as it would if it were made for humans. We process our oils under stringent cGMP standards in an ISO accredited facility here in southern California.
We specialize in high-quality, broad-spectrum CBD oil that can help alleviate your pup’s problems, from anxiety to arthritis. Browse our CBD oil products and discover which is suitable for you and your pooch today.
ALL PAWS ESSENTIALS shall not be held liable for the medical claims made by customer testimonials. The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products and the testimonials made have not been confirmed by FDA- approved research. These products are not intended to diagnosis, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from veterinary practitioners. Please consult your veterinary professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product. The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act requires this notice.