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CBD has become a booming industry, both for humans and for pets. It’s hard to meet a dog lover these days who hasn’t at least been curious about purchasing CBD for their dog, whether that’s to help with pain, mobility or anxiety.
Although hemp has been cultivated for over 10,000 years, CBD is a fairly new product to many consumers–and with new products comes confusion and questions. How do you know which is the best CBD for your dog? How do you compare products among the many CBD products available on the market right now?
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What should you look for in buying CBD?
Know the Company
Have they formulated or manufactured other supplements in the past?
Look at the Label
Does the label have a proper Supplement Facts box that shows each ingredient with corresponding values?
Label claims on a CBD product should give you the first warning signal. The law does not permit label claims unless proven.
Be cautious if a product calls itself CBD. It is safer to go with a product that states Hemp Extract instead of CBD.
Proper Labeling and Dosing
Do you know how much to give a 60-pound dog or a 7-pound cat? Proper dosing guidelines to start with are essential.
You can adjust up or down depending on the symptoms with some guidance from the manufacturer.
Mandatory, Third Party Analysis
What are the label claims of the ingredients in the product? Make sure that you are shown an up to date Certificate of Analysis that pertains to that lot number. Over 80% of the products on the market do not contain what they state on the label.