Can CBD Oil Help My Dog Chill Out?!

Your dog is a perfect angel when you are home together hanging out. BUT, what about when you head off to work? Or when guests come over? How about when there’s a thunderstorm?

If stressors like these lead to barking, pacing, or trembling, your pooch may be suffering from anxiety. Unlike prescription drugs, CBD can naturally sooth their nerves with virtually no side effects.

 What Causes Anxiety In Dogs?

Some pups seem to be born anxious, and in a way, they are. Certain breeds carry a genetic predisposition for anxiety and nervous behavior, especially if their exercise needs aren’t met. Others need strong leadership and lots of socialization to build up their confidence. This is especially true of rescue dogs coming from unstable backgrounds.

Most commonly, dogs develop specific fears and anxieties due to prior bad experiences. For example, puppies that suffer motion sickness are likely to be nervous riding in cars as adults. Similarly, dogs that have been adopted from shelters seem to have a higher risk of separation anxiety once they find loving homes.

Regardless of their history, any dog can suffer the mental and physical symptoms of anxiety.

What Are The Signs?

  • Pacing
  • Panting
  • Whimpering
  • Trembling
  • Withdrawal from Family
  • Hiding
  • Flat Ears & Tucked Tail
  • Nervous Lip Licking
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Decrease in Activity
  • Escape Attempts
  • “Accidents” in the House
  • Vomiting or Stress Diarrhea
  • Self-Harm – (chewing, licking or scratching)
  • Situational Aggression – (snapping when cornered)

How CBD Helps Your Dog “Chill Out.”

CBD oil works by interacting with specialized receptors within the central nervous system. These receptors help control important functions such as sleep, mood, appetite, and immunity, helping to maintain homeostasis within the body.

Dogs with anxiety suffer from over-stimulation of the nervous system, throwing the above functions out of balance. You know how hard it can be to sleep or eat properly when you are stressed out. The same is true for your pup, although it may show up in different ways.

CBD naturally increases the availability of serotonin, the body’s “feel-good chemical.” It works in much the same way as anti-anxiety drugs like Prozac and Zoloft without any of the potential side effects.

What Is The Best CBD Oil For Dogs With Anxiety?

When your dog is battling anxiety, you want a product that is not only effective, but safe.

Cananine™ Organic Full Spectrum CBD Oil is made from 100% organic, human-grade Colorado hemp. Every batch is tested to ensure absolutely no heavy metals, bacteria, or mold.

Cannanine CBD Oil is all-natural, non-GMO, and completely free of THC, a potentially harmful chemical found in marijuana. Most hemp products contain small amounts of THC, but Cannanine removes every trace to ensure your dog’s safety.

View the Certificate of Analysis showing a 0.0% level of THC here.

Success Stories From Anxious Dog Parents:

“Huge improvement. [He] no longer shakes and gets anxious when he figures out we are leaving. [He] used to run out of the house with us and try to jump into the car. No more shaking or running out with us when we leave. He just sits and watches us go.” – Richard H.

“She is more relaxed around people and can get her nails clipped without any type of drugs!! I would absolutely recommend Cannanine to other dog parents. In fact, I already have!” – Mary R.

“Excellent product, has worked wonders to help resolve my GSD’s separation-anxiety issues. Highly recommend!” – Chelee K.

“I wasn’t sure if this would work for one of our dogs, he is very scared of loud noises. The night I gave this to him it was a severe thunderstorm and he was freaked out. If that wasn’t bad enough it was 4th of July weekend. The CBD oil brought a peaceful calming to him and made the noises less scary.” – Judy S.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information on this website is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified healthcare professional.