These oils generally come in tincture/drop form and will be administered either mixed in your dog’s food or under their tongue. You may want to start by mixing it with food because most of the oils are bitter and so chances are your dog is not going to be a willing participant if you try to put it in their mouth and under their tongue. Experiment with it and see what works best for you.
There are also other forms of CBD or hemp oil infused products like capsules, treats (Alpha Paw Calming Chews), or other items. The amount of oil your dog will need will depend both on their size and what you are trying to treat. Always check the dosing instructions or guidelines that come with your product. It may take time for the effects to set in or it may be immediate. Monitor your dog, but we are confident that using a high-grade CBD oil like our Advanced Hemp Oil 500mg to help them with their anxiety is the way to go.
There are so many dog breeds out there, that anyone can find their perfect dog. It is important to choose carefully and to ensure that the dog fits into your home and life well. Not just for your own sake, but for your dog’s. A bad fit can lead to an unhappy dog who could develop behavioral problems later on.
Adopting a dog is one of life’s most rewarding, joyous adventures, make sure that when you do it, the choice is right for both you and your dog.
Raising a puppy is a significant responsibility, and every puppy owner wants to do it right. It’s important to get off to a good start, making the crate feel like home, a safe, secure place for your puppy will not only help the initial adjustment, but pay dividends later on too.
Health is the other really important aspect, from an early visit to the vets to ensure everything is as it should be from the start. Of course, multivitamins, such as Alpha Paw 15 in 1 Multi Chews combined with quality food in a balanced diet will help maintain good health as your puppy grows.
Finally, help your puppy adjust to the world around them by introducing it to as many different people, situations, noises, colors and other dogs as possible. The more accustomed to different things they get early on, the easier it will be as they grow up.