How You Can Better Your Pet’s Life

By  //  July 6, 2019

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Most people think of their dog as a member of the family. We go out of our way to make them comfortable, well-fed, and happy. Millennials are spending a fortune on their pets, more so than any other generation.

Most people think of their dog as a member of the family. We go out of our way to make them comfortable, well-fed, and happy. Millennials are spending a fortune on their pets, more so than any other generation.

It’s thought that because this younger generation isn’t as enthusiastic about having children in our current economy, that they are investing in pets, emotionally and financially, rather than children.

Whatever the reason, people care about their pets very deeply and will spare virtually no expense to ensure that their pets are spoiled and happy.

While you are buying $100 dog beds and $30 shampoo for your dog, don’t neglect the things that will keep them in your life longer. Supplements are an important part of keeping them healthy and make sure that they live the longest and happiest life possible.

We get caught up in the types of foods that we buy them but many times the supplements that are proven to help keep them younger and healthier are forgotten.

What would you say if we told you that there is a supplement that you can give your dog daily that will boost is antioxidants, support his immune system, reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and manage pain as he grows older?

One supplement can do all of this and more, it is available to you without a prescription in all fifty states right now, and it is backed by over thirty years of research.  You’d probably want to know what it is and how to get it. Lucky for you, it isn’t hard to get it. We’re talking about CBD for your pet.

CBD is gaining momentum in the pet industry because it is becoming widely known to have the same benefits and positive impact on health for our pets as it does for us. Dogs, cats, horses, birds, reptiles and even fish can use CBD oil because they have an endocannabinoid system.

Many fantastic online retailers who deal exclusively in holistic remedies and supplements for pets have exactly what you need and you can count on them. 

Places like InnovetPet have exactly the formulations that you need, no matter what type of animals you have.

Make Sure You Are Getting Pet CBD

CBD made for humans, in full-spectrum oils is not for animals. This will have traces of THC in it and is not safe for animals. Dogs and cats can have toxic reactions to THC and it will build in their system because they do not fully metabolize it out like we do.

THC Toxicity is a very real problem that can kill. Never give your dog or cat cannabis in the form of marijuana. It’s very high in THC and CBD oils and products are made from hemp, not marijuana.

Hemp products have far less THC in them to start with and for pet purposes, all THC is removed. The CBD is the only cannabinoid in the pet supplements and you can give it every day without any worry.

CBD is not addictive, not toxic, nor will it make your pet high. THC is the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis that causes the psychoactive high that is so traditionally brought to mind when anyone hears the word cannabis.

Cannabis, however, is a plant family that also includes hemp. Hemp is used for its fibers, as well as the CBD products that have proven so popular and effective.

What Does CBD Do?

CBD is a cannabinoid that works with the endocannabinoid system (ECS) in the body to regulate moods, pain management, metabolism, immune system function, and more. CBD has been found to play a key role in the body’s ability to heal itself and recover from injury.

When CBD is introduced into the body it seeks a receptor of the ECS. There are two types of these, CB1 and CB2. CBD binds to CB2 receptors as they are not located in the brain as the CB1 receptors are.

When they bind, a lipid is formed that makes its way into the neural network. This is the pathway that thoughts and nerve impulses travel on.

The lipid is traveling away from the brain most of the time but it can move in either direction. Everything else is traveling toward the brain, so when repetitious messages are being sent to the brain, such as pain or emotional triggers, or damaged nerves, the lipid intercedes and stops the messages from reaching the brain.

This one simple act of standing in the way of constant pain signals is what gives relief from chronic conditions such as arthritis, neuropathy, and more. CBD also acts to clean and protect the neural network. This means that short term memory is improved and the mental acuity is largely enhanced as well.

This relieves stress, anxiety and more. As an everyday supplement, CBD is full of omega-rich oils that include Omega 3, 6, and 9. These will enrich the coat and the skin. They act as powerful antioxidants which work at the cellular level to maintain health and younger-looking features for much longer.

CBD can improve memory with aging and reduce the signs of old age, keep the immune system strong, give support for allergic reactions to environmental irritations and help maintain balance in the body. Essentially, you’ll keep your pet running in top-notch condition. You may add years to their life.

In fact, researchers gave CBD to mice with cancer and were astonished to see the tumors shrink. Some mice became cancer free. While it is not a cure at this point, CBD certainly does seem to have an anti-cancer quality that is worth giving it to pets to ensure that they remain cancer-free for life.

When it comes to a daily supplement that you can use, CBD capsules or oils are one of the best investments that you can make in your pet.

In fact, you’ll likely reduce the cost of veterinary care over the years because your pet will be far healthier in the long run. 

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