- This product contains 30ml of Omega 3 oil infused with 99% pure cannabidiol (CBD)
- Made from the highest quality hemp – which is rich in CBD.
- Our CBD is extracted using organic solvent free extraction methods using supercritical CO2.
- All our CBD is lab tested for cannabinoid levels, heavy metals, pesticides and moulds.
50 in stock
Based on 1000mg CBD - Place 1 full pipette = 0.6ml (55mg)
As a dietary supplement
Use up to 3 times a day
Place 1 full pipette (9mg) directly onto your pets food and water. The CBD is absorbed through the glands in mouth and gets sent through the bloodstream to the CBD receptors.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
This product has 0% THC
Keep out of reach of children
Store in a cool dark place
Made in the UK
Orders are shipped on business days only (Monday-Friday, excluding National holidays). For in-stock items, depending on the shipping method you select, your order should be processed and shipped the same day as long as you order before 1pm. Orders placed after 1pm will be shipped on the next working day.
Standard Delivery - 3-5 Business Days £2.50 (Free on orders over £50)
Next Day Delivery - Next Working Day £6.50 (Free on orders over £100)
Rest Of World
Standard Delivery - 5-10 Business Days £15.50 (Free on orders over £150)
Are there any side effects to giving pets CBD?
While there’s no scientific data on the side effects of CBD usage for cats and dogs, there are potential side effects based on how CBD affects humans.
Dry mouth: Research has shown that CBD can decrease the production of saliva. For pets, this would manifest as an increased thirst.
Lowered blood pressure: High doses of CBD have been known to cause a temporary drop in blood pressure. Even though the drop is small, it might create a brief feeling of light-headedness.
Drowsiness: The calming effect of CBD can also cause slight drowsiness, especially when using higher doses.
What is the recommended dosage for pets?
Any medication or supplement carries the risk of a reaction. It is always advisable, when giving your dog something new, to start out with small amounts and then closely monitor the effects. And always check with your veterinarian first.