Based on human studies, CBD stays in the body long after its effects have worn off. The general consensus is that it takes about one week for CBD to leave the system. However, the amount of time CBD remains in the body depends on several factors including:
Most CBD oils contain trace amounts (0.3% or less) of THC, the cannabinoid responsible for marijuana’s “high.” While this is not enough to have an intoxicating effect on your dog, THC is temporarily stored in the organs and fatty tissues of the body.
How Does CBD Oil Affect Your Dog’s Body?
Should you begin to notice the effects of CBD oil wearing off faster, slowly increase the dosage to maintain the same positive results.
THC in the kidneys could potentially be reabsorbed into the bloodstream, causing a compounding effect. For this reason, it is important to choose a CBD oil for dogs that is 100% free of THC like Cannanine™ Organic Full Spectrum CBD Oil from Hemp.
The most potent and cost effective method. Cannanine hemp oil is great for dogs experiencing ongoing issues with mobility, a sense of calm and allergies.
If you’ve been thinking about trying CBD oil for your dog, you probably have a lot of questions. At the top of your list of questions is probably, “How long before CBD oil starts working for my dog?” Let’s talk about CBD oil and what you should know before giving it to your dog.
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Remember that dosing CBD for a dog is not an exact science, you may need to go a bit up or down to find the sweet spot.
For anxiety problems, CBD oil typically can start to calm your dog within 30-60 minutes.
Each brand of CBD oil is likely to have its own dosing recommendations. There is no standard dose. Generally, you want to start with only a few drops at a time and increase the dose until you start to see health benefits in your dog. Luckily, if you’re using CBD oil that doesn’t contain any THC, it’s nearly impossible to overdose your dog with CBD oil as your dog’s body will just pass the excess in its waste.
If you’re using our CBD Oils , remember that they come in different concentrations. The amount listed on the label is the total amount of CBD in the whole bottle and not a per-dose amount. So, for example, one 30ml bottle of 600mg CBD Hemp Oil contains 600 total milligrams of CBD, with each 0.25ml dose delivering 5mg of CBD, or enough for a 50 lbs. pup. If this seems confusing, don’t worry! Our bottles have dosage charts right there on the label and every dropper is clearly marked. Between the two, it’ll be super easy for you to figure out how much oil to use.
Every dog and cat is different. They come in all shapes and sizes. That’s what we love about them! But it does mean that when it comes to CBD, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. It might take some experimenting to find the right amount to give your own fuzzballs. That’s okay—CBD is safe and natural, so no worries if your pet gets a little more or less than needed while you figure things out.
How Long Does it Take CBD to Start Working?
Use our handy CBD Dosage Chart to find the perfect amount for your pup!
Our Peanut Butter + Apple CBD Infused Wellness Dog Biscuits come in a few different per-biscuit dosages. These yummy treats can be hard to break into smaller servings, so we recommend buying the per-biscuit dose that’s best for your own pupper and feeding them a whole one each time.
Each dose—whether from oil or biscuits—lasts from 4-8 hours. That’s a big spread, we know, but the duration can vary a lot depending on your pet’s size, activity level, breed, and the severity of their symptoms. But as a good rule of thumb: older pups tend to take longer than younger ones to digest food.