Welcome to Bailey's CBD Buyer's Guide for CBD Oil for Dogs, the definitive resource for pet parents seeking the best for their furry companions. In this guide, we delve into the crucial aspects of selecting the highest-quality CBD oil.
You'll discover insights on third-party lab testing, veterinarian support, and the importance of choosing a brand that's committed to both community and pet wellness.
Our aim is to empower you with knowledge and unbiased reviews, ensuring you make informed decisions for your dog's health and happiness. Join us as we explore the world of CBD oil for dogs, tailored to help your beloved pet thrive.
1. 2023 Buyer’s Guide To CBD Oil For Dogs
Buying CBD oil for dogs can be overwhelming with all the options and information out there. The market is filled with so many CBD pet products in general, let alone the sublingual CBD oil for dogs available.
So we put together a Buyer’s Guide to CBD Oil for Dogs to make it easier!
2. What To Look For When Buying CBD Oil For Dogs
In a dysplastic joint, the femoral head weakly fits into an ill-developed, shallow acetabulum. In serious cases, the femoral head is totally out of joint and arthritic changes are marked. Joint wear and instability occur as muscular growth lack behind the rate of skeletal development. The age of the beginning of hip dysplasia is 4 to 12 months old, and the puppy will show the affected symptoms. Here are some signs to tell if your dog may have hip dysplasia.
3. Third Party Lab Tests For CBD Dog Oils
Large, energetic dogs usually have a higher risk of developing hip dysplasia. Though, hip dysplasia is also considered a hereditary condition, which means that it tends to affect some specific breeds more than others. Some of the most susceptible breeds to hip dysplasia include Golden retrievers, Germans shepherds, Labrador retrievers, Rottweilers, Boxers, Mastiffs, Bulldogs, St. Bernard, Corgis and Pugs.
But, hip dysplasia is not only a genetic condition. It can as well be due to lifestyle and environmental factors, also a particular trauma to the hip or hind legs. Again, very active dogs may be more prone to hip dysplasia because their joints are under increased pressure, increasing the risk of developing an injury that can lead to hip dysplasia. Some research also shows that castrating dogs before reaching full maturity can increase the risk of hip dysplasia. Overweight or injured dogs at an early age may be more likely to develop hip dysplasia later in life as well.
4. Veterinarian-Supported CBD Pet Brands
Dog hip dysplasia is very painful, and it is tragic for any dog owner to witness his or her pet suffering from this condition. The disease is so severe that the dog will have difficulty performing its usual activities, and the pain is so intense that it can change the dog’s mood. Most likely, the dog will not want to play or do any kind of exercise. Fortunately, there are many treatment options available to help relieve your dog of this pain. If your dog is suffering from hip dysplasia, you can help your dog ease the pain with Bailey's CBD Oil. Since dog hip dysplasia is a type of degenerative arthritis, joint supplements, which help pooches with arthritis, can as well help your dog with hip dysplasia.
CBD can help your puppy with Hip Dysplasia: it is a natural compound found in hemp, a cousin of the cannabis plant. No, this is not “weed" and it certainly will not make your puppy feel "high." The psychotropic effects associated with cannabis high are caused by a chemical called THC. You can read more about this in our article “The Spectrum Of The Cannabis Plant.”
Bailey's CBD is free of THC and is made from organically grown hemp that is legal in the United States, Canada and many other countries in the world. Now, it is possible you already know about CBD, because the compound has received a lot of attention from media outlets and news broadcasters in recent times. But did you know that the CBD can greatly help reduce swelling, pain, and even inflammation caused by hip dysplasia?
Well, believe me, it can. You can read our testimonials here. On the next paragraphs, I will discuss how the active ingredients in Bailey's CBD supplements can help ease the effect hip dysplasia has on your puppy.
One of the main reasons why Bailey's CBD supplements are very effective in treating hip dysplasia is because it is a powerful anti-inflammatory. Several studies have shown that CBD delivered to the body, either by means of an oil-based tincture, a consumable treat, or as topical balm can reduce inflammation in different parts of the body. This is because CBD activates the endocannabinoid system. This system (found in all animals) is a very complex compound, and scientists are still not 100% sure exactly how it works. The studies show that endocannabinoids are involved in the management of nearly all types of bodily functions, including appetite, metabolism, pain and inflammation, stress and emotional responses.
When the CBD reacts with the cannabinoid receptors that make up the ECS (endocannabinoid system), it usually starts a range of processes that help ease inflammation and subdue pain signals that are transmitted to the brain. After all, this is the reason why CBD has become such a popular remedy for arthritis. By interacting with certain receptors in the brain and body, the compound can reduce inflammation caused by the wear and tear of the joint. The same is true for hip dysplasia in dogs.
Research shows that 75 percent of pooches with hip dysplasia will lead normal lives with the right supplements, diet, exercise and wise management. And believe me, if you use Bailey's CBD supplements to treat your dog’s hip dysplasia, your dog will thank you.
5. Intentionally-Calibrated CBD Pet Products
Because of this veterinarian guidance, Bailey’s CBD oil for dogs is intentionally calibrated.
Bailey’s CBD oil for dogs is calibrated at 10mg/ml for our regular strength oil and 30mg/ml for our extra strength 2:1 CBD:CBG oil. Dr. Silver’s suggested dosing guide helps pet parents know exactly how much CBD is in each individual droplet, as well as every line on the dropper with an accompanying weight guide broken down by 3 tiers.
These tiers include starting maintenance doses for pet parents who want to give their dog CBD ahead of time for long-term, proactive wellness. They also include higher-strength therapeutic dosing for ailing dogs and those in need of more CBD for desired relief.
6. Community-Focused CBD Pet Companies
We recommend looking for CBD pet companies who are invested in the community and actively give back.
Community-focused CBD pet companies mean they care about our pet’s well-being, sustainability, and the overall impact they have on those around them. We find this community care sets apart many CBD companies from those who focus on making money.
We’re proud to say that for every four bottles of Bailey’s CBD oil sold, one bottle of CBD oil is donated to a rescue in need. Every bottle counts!
7. Education and Transparency
Any pet company who claims to be passionate about pet health and wellness should most definitely be as educated as possible about the products and ingredients they sell.
Especially in the rapidly changing and growing hemp industry, it is important for CBD pet companies to be able to educate consumers on hemp, the endocannabinoid system, and help them learn how to use it properly. This means the companies make no wild health claims, provide resources, and are transparent about their product manufacturing process.
All Bailey’s CBD products use subcritical c02 USDA organic hemp extract that is rich with minor& acidic cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids for optimal therapeutic value. We get this hemp from Mother Moon Hemp Co, our single-sourced farm partner in Colorado.
Mother Moon Hemp Co. is a USDA organic 3-acre small family hemp farm who grows medicinal-quality hemp that they hand-harvest & hang-dry, instead of machine-harvesting/drying like most big corporations. This ensures our product's effective, high quality.
We use our CBD products for our own pets because we trust them. We care about how our products are made, how they impact our best friends, and love to constantly learn more about hemp from industry professionals daily.
8. Unbiased Reviews For CBD Pet Products
Look for CBD brands with many unbiased customer reviews. Check their website to see if they offer customer reviews and look for outside reviews from consumers online & on media.
Bailey’s has a list of updating customer reviews on our website. We encourage all pet parents to share honestly about their experiences with us and online!
9. Money Back Guarantee
Having a money back quality assurance guarantee can also be important and very helpful. This reassures the consumer of the company’s trust in product quality and gives the consumer time to see if the product truly works for them.
Bailey’s CBD has a 30-day money back guarantee on all CBD pet products. If a customer is not satisfied with their product in the first 30 days, we refund 100% of the purchase price.
10. Check In With Your Dog!
Like people, dogs have preferences and usually let us know what they like or don’t like the best way they can!
When you start giving CBD to your dog, notice what they enjoy most and what works best for them. It may take time to find their ideal dosage and preferred consumption method. Some pet parents put CBD oil directly in their dog’s mouth, on paws to be licked, mixed in with food, or given as CBD pet treats.
Always consult a trusted veterinarian before starting new routines or supplements. If not seeing the desired results, pet parents usually adjust the dosage accordingly after about two weeks of consistent use. Many notice that consistent use provides the most noticeable effects.