New Joint Medicine for Dogs Showing Promising Clinical Results

21 Nov 2020, 8:55 p.m.

While 2020 has been really messy for us humans, it’s been pretty sweet for the canine population. Covid-19 doesn’t present much of a health threat for dogs—on the contrary, the pandemic has brought pups a number of benefits. “Shelters are emptying out, more people are interested in fostering, and pets are getting more attention and affection,” points out Heidi M. Cooley, a veterinarian at Banfield Pet Hospital in Vancouver, Washington. All of this newfound together-time means many pet owners have become as focused on their dog’s wellness as they are on their own—and are increasingly interested in non-traditional therapies to help their dogs feel as good as possible. One thing that has not changed is the need for better joint medicine for dogs.

Every mammal has an endocannabinoid system, which will respond similarly to CBD. CBD is the same whether it is marketed for humans or for dogs, it just depends what it has been infused with. We only infuses our CBD with organic coconut oil, which is fabulous for us and our furry friends. It seems to be a great alternative for joint medicine for dogs.

The studies on CBD for dogs is limited to two studies on dogs …

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