CANINE - HEMP OIL
By simply adding a small amount of hemp oil a day you can enhance your dog’s quality of life by ensuring they receive a healthy diet with all the nutrients they need.
FOR CANINE TREATMENT
HEMP OIL VS CBD
Hemp oil made from the seed of the plant is high in Omega 3 fatty acids (which assists inflammation and coat health) although contains little to no THC or CBD
When considering CBD ‘tinctures’ and oil products carefully check its origin, processing and ingredients to establish Cannabidiol content. This is best practised when investigating further processed CBD products and establishing that you are indeed getting the active ingredient you are actually after.
Hemp oil made from the seed (hemp seed oil or hemp oil) is an ideal feed ingredient to the diets of arthritic dogs as it contains essential fatty acids in an ideal ratio of 3:1 and can be considered a much more sustainable and healthier alternative to fish oil.
Hemp oil can provide a host of benefits when incorporated into a canine diet and can be used to treat a of number different disorders
Hemp oil also contains protein and GLA.
Dogs with itchy or dry skin conditions and dogs that suffer from with arthritis can also benefit from hemp oil.
Feeding dogs kibble and canned wet food consistently may not be enough to be keeping your dog healthy long term. Whilst it may be economical and convenient, your canine friend is missing the essential fatty acid content, along with vitamins and minerals that they need to live a healthy life.
There are many types of skin conditions that may afflict canines and best understanding the cause is the key to effective treatment. Hemp oil has anti-inflammatory properties to combat skin inflammations and provide nutrients for the skin and fur health
Skin disorders are extremely irritating for dogs and should be dealt with effectively. Efficient treatment should prevent the affected dog to cause further injury to itself through excessive scratching.
Common causes of skin disorders are
Heat rash and hot spots
Irritation from mites or fleas.
Canine Arthritis can affect joints anywhere in the body with the most common joints affected being hips, knees, shoulders and elbows. Most of these joints depend on a layer of cartilage acting as a cushion which provides a smooth surface so the adjoining bones can move freely. This movement is assisted by the lubrication provided by synovial fluid in joints.
With arthritis the cartilage deteriorates and the synovial fluid loses its lubricating properties so that movement of the bones becomes less smooth, leading to discomfort and reduced mobility
Symptoms of Canine Arthritis
Reluctance to walk, climb stairs, jump or play
Lagging behind on walks
Pain or stiffness when getting up or down
Yelping when touched
A change in personality (aggression when normally good-natured)
Licking of the affected joints