UNREST ABOUT YOUR DOG? DISCOVER HEMP OIL
Onrust, stress en angst komt bij honden op verschillende manieren tot uiting iedere hond reageert namelijk weer anders. Sommige honden hebben simpelweg een nerveuze persoonlijkheid, terwijl andere juist last hebben van prikkels uit de omgeving. Denk aan een bezoek aan de dierenarts of een lange autoreis naar de vakantie bestemming kan veel stress veroorzaken. Steeds meer hondeneigenaren ontdekken hennepolie voor ongerustheid bij hun hond.
REST WILL CHANGE BEHAVIOR IN YOUR DOG
Angst leidt vaak tot veranderingen in het gedrag. Uw hond kan bijvoorbeeld gaan grommen, janken, jammeren of hijgen. Dit gedrag herkennen we vaak snel. Maar er zijn ook lichamelijke symptomen zichtbaar. Zoals trillen of beven, verharen, spierspanningen, overmatig kwijlen, overgeven, jeuken, krabben, ontlasting eten en geeuwen.
RECOGNIZING REST IN DOGS.
With dogs, the answer can sometimes be seen in their eyes. If the whites of the eyes are visible, it could be a sign of stress. The ears also provide possible clues about your dog's mental state. They can shoot upright when they hear a sound, but they can also lie flat. These could be signs of anxiety. It is therefore useful to recognize the movements of the ears. This makes it easier for you to determine whether your dog is anxious or stressed.
HEMP OIL FOR DOGS
Nobody likes to sedate their pet with the use of sedative drugs. Fortunately, more and more pet owners are discovering that there are alternative solutions that we can start with in time. For example, CannaBioDay has developed special hemp oil for dogs. Hemp oil naturally contains the non-psycho-active substance Cannabidiol or CBD.
Just like us humans, dogs also feel joy, pain, fear, stress and love, but they also have the endocannabinoid system. In recent years, many studies have been conducted on the endocannabinoid system. The body itself 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 endocannabinoid system. These receptors act as signalers and regulate all important processes in the body. Partly because of this, hemp oil is widely applicable and more and more dog owners give hemp oil to their dogs for concern.
SAFE HEMP OIL HAS AN ANALYSIS LAB REPORT.
The popularity of hemp oil is rapidly increasing with the result that it can be bought almost everywhere. Unfortunately, it is impossible to hold a bottle of hemp oil up to the light to see if it contains the active substances. All CannaBioDay hemp oil is extensively tested in a laboratory to ensure quality. As a result, the bottles have a batch number so that you can view the analysis lab report yourself.
HOW TO GIVE HEMP 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. Every dog is different. Nevertheless, CannaBioDay has put together a guideline for you with the recommended intake:
HEMP OIL FOR SMALL DOGS UP TO 10 KG.
* 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.
HEMP OIL FOR MEDIUM DOGS FROM 10 KG TO 30 KG.
* 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.
HEMP OIL FOR LARGE DOGS FROM 30 KG.
* 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.
Disclaimer:. Hemp oil has no side effects. It can potentially interact with other medications. So if your dog is on medication, it is advisable to first consult with your vet. Even if your dog has serious complaints, always contact your vet first to determine whether medical treatment is necessary . Our information never replaces the advice of your vet.