Should you be using CBD on your pets?[Side effects]

March 15th, 2023 at 10:37 am EDT
Can CBD help your pets, and is it *really* safe?

Well this and MANY other questions that you have about CBD, THC, medical marijuana, will be answered in my upcoming webinar next week.

Such as..

  • *NEW* research and emerging benefits of CBD
  • Cannabidiol for cancer prevention and treatment
  • How to Naturally Stop your dog from Itching

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Date: Monday March 21, 2023
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CBD (Cannabidiol) Side Effects

Few to NO side effects are reported by most dog and cat owners using CBD with their pets. But here are some that you should take into account…

Dry mouth: Research has shown that CBD can decrease the production of saliva. For dogs, this would manifest as an increased thirst.

Lowered blood pressure: High doses of CBD have been known to cause a temporary drop in blood pressure. Even though the drop is small, it might create a brief feeling of light-headedness.

Drowsiness: Dog owners have used CBD to treat anxiety. The calming effect of CBD can also cause slight drowsiness, especially when using higher doses.

Vomiting and Diarrhea, primarily if MCT oil is used as the carrier oil
If ‘low quality’ concern about solvent toxicity and residues (ie using acetone, butane, benzene), carcinogenic, some are neurotoxins

Drug Reactions?

Any drug metabolized by CYP450 enzymes could potentially interact with cannabidiol. According to the Indiana University Department of Medicine, drugs known to use the CYP450 system include:

Steroids( ie Prednisone),
Calcium channel blockers,
Benzodiazepines ( ie Valium),
Antidepressants ( ie Clomicalm, Amitryptilline)
Beta blockers,
NSAIDs ( most common Anti-inflammatories)

Most of these though are DOSE dependent, and at the levels CBD is given (3mg/10bs), there are few drug interactions reported. That being said, it is still wise to be discussing this with your veterinarian.

We will be going into more details on Tuesday's CBD for Dogs and Cats Webinar

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Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM
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DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian. Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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