• The Canine Health Foundation (CHF) has raised more than $2million to study epilepsy in dogs according to this article. Many people, and dogs, have been using CBD for epilepsy, and there are already many studies showing the benefits of it. This research is very important in animals as well, because epilepsy is the leading neurological disorder of dogs. Because so many dogs are drug-resistant or acquire side effects that are not tolerable, it is even more important for these studies to be done. Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine...

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  • On Saturday, October 7th, 2017, pet owners and professionals gathered at Colorado State University (CSU) according to an article by WestWord. Seven veterinarians spoke about how CBD products are now being used for pets, and growing at a rapid pace. Dr. Stephanie McGrath is leading a study based out of CSU, regarding CBD treatments for epilepsy and osteoarthritis in dogs. Her specialty is in neurology, and she states, “We have diseases that we don’t have treatments for that work, so there's a problem. A solution to that problem is trying...

  • More and more pet owners are trying CBD products for their pets. This article lays out some of the benefits for cats and dogs. Mammals, like people, have an endocannabinoid system, which helps regulate how CBD works in our pets. The article above states that some people are using it for a wide variety of issues “cancer pain, arthritis, muscle spasms, seizures, neurological and digestive disorders, anxieties, obsessions, past traumas, withdrawal, mood, and memory. During recovery from illness or surgery, CBD can stimulate the appetite and speed healing. At the...