How CBD Works in Dogs

Whether your dog struggles to sprint up the stairs like he used to or barks at every delivery man that approaches your property, CBD can help. It relieves anxiety, joint pain and digestion issues.

Plus, since CBD is a healing compound derived from hemp, not marijuana, it will NOT get your dog “high”. We know CBD provides medical and therapeutic benefits for humans but how does it work for our #FBF’s?

Well… it’s simple.

CBD directly activates serotonin receptors in the brain releasing a range of therapeutic benefits — including but not limited to anxiety relief, stronger appetite, better sleep, less inflammation, and a healthy coat.

But let’s break this down.

There are two types of cannabinoids: endocannabinoids and phytocannabinoids. Endocannabinoids are found in humans and animals, while phytocannabinoids are found in plants.

The Endocannabinoids found in dogs have a big job. They tell the brain what the body needs especially where there are any perceived “imbalances” from digestion issues to anxiety to joint pain.

Remember our friend phytocannabinoids? Well, the phytocannabinoids found in hemp plants can actually replicate the body’s endocannabinoids helping the body address these “imbalances”..

Simply put — now your dog has a whole team of helpers trying to solve the imbalances in the body, providing relief to anxiety, stress, inflammation, pain or digestion problems.

Myth Buster: The amount of CBD you give your pup is not based on their weight, it actually directly correlates with the speed of their metabolism — just like humans. So start small and build up based on your pup’s reaction to the CBD.

And the good news is, no matter your pups weight, size, or breed, there is no way of giving him too much OR too little.

Interested in incorporating CBD treats for dogs into your FBF’s health routine? Try YUP PUP™, the hemp dog treat armed with organic, all natural, nutritious, non-gmo ingredients that keep your pup feeling healthy and happy.

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