Dogs with allergies? Discover hemp oil
Allergy is becoming more common in dogs. Think of a food allergy, flea allergy, atopy and contact allergies. Fortunately, more and more dog owners are discovering hemp oil in dogs with allergies. Of course, every dog has an itch from time to time. Especially during the moulting period. Twice a year, when it gets warmer or colder, many dogs shed a lot of hair. This moulting period can last 6 to 10 weeks. However, when dogs are always itchy, it is a chronic condition or an allergy. Itching or skin rash causes irritation in many dogs. In case of allergies, dogs can benefit from the effect of hemp oil. Hemp oil naturally contains the non-psycho-active substance Cannabidiol or CBD. In an allergy, hypersensitivity to a certain foreign substance causes an extreme reaction in the immune system. Hemp oil ensures that the immune system comes back into balance.
Skin problems can have different symptoms that you can recognize them by. The symptoms can range from skin rashes, scaling, bald spots, wounds and skin that has turned red or dark to black. The coat may look dull or smell rancid. Especially in long-haired dogs, it is good to check the skin under the coat for changes. Dogs can also lick or bite a paw or toe excessively. But also very often flap their ears.
Allergy in dogs
Dogs can be allergic to anything, it is often difficult to find the causes yourself. A visit to the vet is necessary to make the correct diagnosis of the complaints. Finding out the allergy in dogs is a long quest. We start by examining your dog for fleas, mites and mange. If this is excluded, a hypo allergenic diet for dogs will be used. If various complaints persist, a vet will perform a skin test and/or blood test.
Allergies are largely divided into the following categories:
Food allergy in dogs : Hypersensitivity to ingredients in the diet.
Atopy in dogs : Hypersensitivity to environmental particles. (Think of house dust or pollen.)
Flea Allergy in Dogs : Allergic Reactions to Insect Bites. (Especially fleas.)
Contact allergies in dogs : Allergic reactions due to direct contact with the substance. (For example, detergent, drinking bowl.)
HEMP OIL FOR DOGS
Hemp oil naturally contains CBD or Cannabidiol and is one of the 104 cannabinoids that occur in the hemp plant. Cannabinoids are the active substances in the hemp plant. CBD and THC are the most well-known and researched cannabinoids. Unlike THC, CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, which means that CBD does NOT have a stoned or high effect. The active ingredient CBD is extracted from the flower tops of the hemp plant. The CannaBioDay hemp oil has therefore been specially developed for dogs and is a popular food supplement thanks to its therapeutic properties, it is accepted as a supplementary animal feed. All CannaBioDay hemp products are rigorously tested in the laboratory to ensure quality. As a result, the bottles have a batch number so that you can view the analysis lab report yourself online.
A POWERFUL FORMULA.
Cannabioday has put together 3 different strengths for dogs. The hemp oil small for small dogs up to 10 kilos. The hemp oil medium is for dogs from 10 kilos to 30 kilos. And the hemp oil is large for large dogs from 30 kilos. Thanks to the addition of salmon oil, cannabioday hemp oil is rich in unsaturated fatty acids Omega 3 & Omega 6. These fats are known to have a beneficial effect on the heart and blood vessels, reduce joint complaints, care for the coat and moisture content in the skin. In addition, the high-quality formula also contains vitamin E thanks to the addition of olive oil. This important antioxidant provides protection against cell and weaving damage.
ALLERGIES A HYPERSENSITIVITY IN THE IMMUNE SYSTEM.
Just like us humans, our dogs also feel joy, pain, fear, stress and love, but they also have the endocannabinoid system abbreviated the ECS. In recent years, many studies have been conducted on the ECS. Your dog's body produces substances that are very similar to cannabinoids from the hemp plant, namely endocannabinoids. The CBD from the hemp is able to bind to receptors that are part of the body's own ECS. These receptors act as signalers and regulate all important processes in the body. The ECS plays a role in the major organs, areas of the brain, nervous system and immune system. In an allergy, hypersensitivity to a certain foreign substance causes an extreme reaction in the immune system. As a result, the immune system is out of balance and attacks the body itself. By adding hemp oil to your dog's diet, the ECS ensures that the immune system is back in balance.
HOW TO GIVE CBD OIL TO YOUR DOG
The hemp oil from CannaBioDay is extremely easy to dose, thanks to the airtight bottle, the quality remains constant. Spray the correct dose over the food or a tasty snack or straight into your dog's mouth. (not in the water bowl because it is oil) Every dog is different. Nevertheless, CannaBioDay has put together a guideline for you with the recommended intake:
* Our advice is to give 1 spray per 2.5 kg of body weight per day *
We recommend 1 spray per day for dogs from 1 kilo to 2.5 kilos.
We recommend 2 sprays per day for dogs from 2.5 kilos to 5 kilos.
We recommend 3 sprays per day for dogs from 5 to 7.5 kilos.
We recommend 4 sprays per day for dogs from 7.5 to 10 kilos.
* Our advice is to give 1 spray per 7.5 kg of body weight per day *
We recommend 2 sprays per day for dogs from 10 kilos to 17.5 kilos.
We recommend 3 sprays per day for dogs from 17.5 kilos to 22.5 kilos.
We recommend 4 sprays per day for dogs from 22.5 to 30 kilos.
* Our advice is to give 1 spray per 15 kg of body weight per day *
We recommend 2 sprays per day for dogs from 30 kilos to 42.5 kilos.
We recommend 3 sprays per day for dogs from 42.5 kilos to 55 kilos.
We recommend 4 sprays per day for dogs from 55 kilos to 67.5 kilos.
DOES HEMP OIL HAVE SIDE EFFECTS?
Hemp oil is a natural dietary supplement it has no side effects, it may interact with other medications. Hemp oil is broken down by the same liver enzyme, so it can strengthen medicines or medicines can stay in the body longer than necessary. If your dog is on medication, it is advisable to first consult with your veterinarian . Even if your dog has serious complaints, always contact your vet first to determine whether medical treatment is necessary.