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We have cbd for the pups. They don’t really like it tho and stop accepting the treats after a few times. Even if we switch dosing and treat type.

the acupuncture has been a life changer for the dog, significantly more energy as well
Nice, did you get the standard unflavored cbd? Thought I saw a bacon flavored one advertised somewhere but may be mistaken... if acupuncture works and dogs don’t mind, go for it. Wish I’d known when my labradoodle had seizures. Sat with him on kitchen floor with him during his last one... man that was hard. And vet wanted 200 a month for meds!
 

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Nice, did you get the standard unflavored cbd? Thought I saw a bacon flavored one advertised somewhere but may be mistaken... if acupuncture works and dogs don’t mind, go for it. Wish I’d known when my labradoodle had seizures. Sat with him on kitchen floor with him during his last one... man that was hard. And vet wanted 200 a month for meds!
We've tried like 4 different dog cbd brands, and even just soaked food they like in human stuff, my guys are a true pack (5 dogs) and spend most of the time roaming my woods and going crazy chasing animals. I think it chilled them out too much and they didn't like it.

It is so upsetting watching your animal, (can't imagine watching my wife) when they are in their fits. My wife is really against meds when we don't need too, and when we found a vet in north carolina that would do it...well we had to try. When we moved back north, the only vet in the county doing it, happened to be at our local animal hospital. I think its a growing trend, and more and more of it should spread as success stories do.

Our dog that does it, is a spaz. He hates anyone touching him and being poked and prodded. After the first 2-3 times doing it, he now sits still and lets it all happen and enjoys it. He knows hes gonna feel better after and that its worth it. If you knew the dog, you'd understand how big of a deal that is.
 

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We've tried like 4 different dog cbd brands, and even just soaked food they like in human stuff, my guys are a true pack (5 dogs) and spend most of the time roaming my woods and going crazy chasing animals. I think it chilled them out too much and they didn't like it.

It is so upsetting watching your animal, (can't imagine watching my wife) when they are in their fits. My wife is really against meds when we don't need too, and when we found a vet in north carolina that would do it...well we had to try. When we moved back north, the only vet in the county doing it, happened to be at our local animal hospital. I think its a growing trend, and more and more of it should spread as success stories do.

Our dog that does it, is a spaz. He hates anyone touching him and being poked and prodded. After the first 2-3 times doing it, he now sits still and lets it all happen and enjoys it. He knows hes gonna feel better after and that its worth it. If you knew the dog, you'd understand how big of a deal that is.
All for it,if it helps our furry friends. We switched from Old Roy (junk) when we heard they had a recall due to salmonella. But that was 6mos after his first... we feed our current black lab 4-Health grain free due to labs having inner ear infection issues. Worked wonders! No smelly ears and fur is super sleek!
 

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I would think that some experimentation is called for here. Charlotte's Web is really first on the list. I would add to that a 1:1 THC:CBD strain and then a high THC strain like green crack. This gives you an across the board start. I personally stock my medicine cabinet with a CBD strain (Dinamed CBD not available at this time). A 1:1 and of course several high THC strains.

I take cannabis for pain control and have found that I need to change-up the meds I am using. Taking the same strain day after day it losses it's efficacy.

For caring to grow for a friend:

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