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  1. Hey Doc !! Can I give this oil to my dog as he suffers from seizures sometimes during the year.. I’m giving phenobarbiton tablet daily to keep him well

  2. My Yorkie has suffered for his entire 9 years from separation anxiety and I’ve tried everything I know to do. Except the cbd oil. He has seizures as well but it was so far and few between we decided not to put him on Any medication for them. Now they have become worse and the anxiety is worse as well which probably contributes to the seizures. I just ordered my first bottle for him. I really hope this helps him. He suffers so badly. He throws up, poops and pees on the floor shakes when he knows we are leaving. So badly that his teeth chatter. It breaks my heart. I just don’t know what else to do. Has anyone used it for separation anxiety and if so were they satisfied with it?

  3. This video is very informational. My 7-year-old toby suffered from stomach and anxiety problems when he was brought from the shelter. Upon researching, I found the perfect CBD Oil brand which healed him and our family <3 For all the pawrents out there reading this- I've written my personal story so it could help every dog owner out there as it did me. Since links are blocked in the comments, you can click my name/profile and visit the about section there. Love <3

  4. I gave my dog the Wellapet peanut butter flavor treats and 30 minutes later we were on a walk and he looks up on me and starts freaking out / barking at me even on our way to the animal hospital and he was shaking and panting. This morning (7 hours later) he woke up screaming/whining but stopped quickly. Now we are at the vet they think it’s a reaction to it but does this sound familiar in bad reactions?

  5. You're my favorite human lol you have soo much information. My dog is a rescue and went through neglect and abuse. I've tried melatonin, it didn't help, Neither does hemp although the help helps her joints in the winter. I'll keep this information. I'd love to find something that helps keeps her at peace in some situations 😌 my dog is 69lbs, what would be an ideal dosage for her?

  6. Hi Dr. Jones! I just ordered a bunch of your CBD oil for my dog to help with her hip pain. She doesn't like me putting things in her mouth or ears. Would adding the drops to one of her treats and letting her eat it be a sufficient way to administer it or is that not as good? Also, should I give it to her everyday as a supplement, or only on days when she needs it for pain? Thank you!

  7. Hi Doc I have a 14-year-old Jack Russell who is in great shape weighs about 17 pounds super active except when he stands still his back legs shake can CBD help what would you recommend?

  8. My dog is very anxious. I have a 12 yr old mini dachshund whose separation anxiety/frustration barking I've been battling for a few months. I'm moving to an apartment (currently in a duplex) in a few months and I'm terrified that I'll get noise complaints. I've been talking to the vet and we might try a different medication to see if it'll help. If anyone has more suggestions I'd love to hear them.

  9. Hey! I love your channel! We have a 5month old pitbull who has cluster seizures. She recently seems to get them once every week and she has like 3 in a day. The neurologist prescribed her anticonvulsant but I want to try cbd first. Have you seen any success with clusters and cbd? Anything else we could try? I’m getting desperate and I am worried for her because she is so young. She had brain mri and spinal tap and everything came back normal.

  10. How can i find a good product for my animal? I dont want to hurt him but he needs releif from seizures, and pain. (Possibly anxiety also. Although i do my best for him and am very understanding. He doesn't ever get yelled at for anything its best not to. Hes a 12 year old cat. Has always been an amazing boy. Sleeps under my blanket with me every night and he used to play fetch.)

    He had a surgery when he was young. It had to do with urinary problems. His body temp dropped and i kept him alive long enough to see the vet by setting up a makeshift incubator with a space heater, a chair, and a blanket. He was only 1 years old at the time. He made it and the vet said he prolly wouldent make it past 2 or 3.

    Hes made it to 12 so far! Ive always treated and fed him really good.

    I always gave em bottled water because my citys tap isnt good at all.

    And he always got urinary formula crunchies and wet food. Although most of the time he got fresh chicken for dinner that i would prepare for him myself. )

    Recently hes been doing this thing where he locks up, starts howling and panting. Sometimes pisses himself. I always run to him immediately and calm him as much as i can. I worry hes having seizures. The vet said hes def had a few over the years.

    I would like to find a good hemp oil product and try it on him.

  11. Doc Jones my senior dog was just diagnosed 5 days ago with vestibular disease. I really thought she was having a stroke! It was a very scary couple of days for me and my dog. I did some research and heard that CBD oil can help her feel better and also help to prevent this from happening again. I have been following you for a few years now and really value you as a respectable Veterinarian and a go to for treatments and fact findings. Please tell me your thoughts on this possible treatment. Thank you for all you do for our pet families 😊👍🏻

    CBD BioCare 101There’s a scientific reason why CBD is helping. It has to do with our body’s natural cannabinoid receptors within our own endocannabinoid system. It turns out that cannabinoid receptors play a host of vital roles in our bodies. These receptors are found in nerve tissue, lung, liver, intestine, kidney, lymphatic tissue, and the spleen, the CB1 and CB2 receptors play roles in our immune system and blood formation functions. Other processes they control include cognition, memory, anxiety, motor behavior, sensory, autonomic and neuroendocrine responses, Glucose metabolism and insulin resistance, inflammatory effects, control of the vomiting reflex, nausea, hunger, and appetite control. This system is also responsible for the pleasure we get from exercise

  13. If i would like ti extract by my self for my dog wich Is the safest substance i can extract It in ? Olive oil coconut oil ?
    Is It a good idea of i rosin my flowers and than work with the extract? If Simeone can help me out It would be great !! Thanks

  14. That third party testing is essential. A few people I know have used howlin’ hemp and said it was third party tested and work well. Has anyone else tried that?

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