The Raw Food World - CBD Oil for Cats w/Catnip 120mg, 1oz
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CBD Oil for Cats w/Catnip 120mg, 1oz

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CBD Oil for Cats w/Catnip 120mg, 1oz
  • 1 - 2 units - $21.66
    $21.66 / unit
  • 3 - 11 units - $19.50
    $19.50 / unit
  • 12 - 999 units - $17.55
    $17.55 / unit
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Many people have been asking me if CBD oil would work on their pets... I couldn't believe what I discovered!


Like us, dogs have cannabinoid receptors, so there is a scientific basis on how CBD could help some of the same ailments for them as it does for humans...

As I researched more, the PetMD site states that CBD oil can be used to treat seizures, nausea, stress, anxiety, arthritis, back pain, symptoms of cancer, and gastrointestinal issues, among other health conditions in dogs.

A survey published in the Journal of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association found that, out of 632 people, 72 percent reported using or having used a hemp product for their dog (and 104 tried it with their cat) and 64 percent felt that it helped their pets.

There is an Australian holistic veterinarian named Dr Edward Bassingthwaighte, who claimed that CBD oil could be a critical part of his holistic veterinary practice.


Here are a couple of his examples...

A senior Staffordshire Terrier had a 6cm mammary tumor and metastasis that disappeared in 3 months and didn't come back...

A Jack Russell Terrier had a severe heart murmur and painful arthritis and, after a month, he wanted to go for long walks and his murmur was much improved...
"I simply can’t explain the improved heart murmur" says Bassingthwaite. "They normally don't get better."


Dog situations that CBD may help ease:


  • lack of appetite
  • separation anxiety
  • excessive barking
  • nausea from car rides
  • lack of vitality and energy
  • trips to the vet or groomer
  • muscle spasms or seizures
  • pa!n from c@ncer or arthrit!s
  • recovery from surgery or illness
  • pacing or inability to settle or relax
  • fear of thunderstorms, fireworks or loud noises
  • grumpiness or aggression toward another animal
  • Cat situations that CBD may help ease:


  • multi-cat households
  • poor appetite
  • constant hiding
  • fear of the litter box
  • eating inappropriate objects
  • crying with no apparent cause
  • trips to the vet or riding in the car
  • distress from a change in the environment
  • grumpiness or aggression with another animal


  • Normally pets CBD oil products are 100mg but we added a tad bit more to make it 120mg.


    The typical suggested starting dose: 1 mg – 5 mg per 10 lbs. of bodyweight

    Can be given from a dropper bottle directly to the middle of the tongue or back of the cheek/gumline, added to food, dropped on a treat, rubbed into bare skin or inside the ears, or dropped on an animal's paw so they will lick it off.

    Experts suggest to start with a dose on the low end of the range. They say changes usually occur within 30 minutes. If there is no change after an hour, increase the dosage. Occasionally improvements will take more than one treatment. To control pain, give approximately every 8 hours. For other uses, or to break unwanted behavior patterns, give once or twice a day.
    These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.