CBD Dosing Guide for Dogs

What Dosage of CBD Oil Should I Give My Dog?

Information on proper dosing of CBD oil is still in the works, but veterinarians recommend starting low and slow to gauge how an individual dog will respond. As a guideline, the current suggested dosing is 1 mg – 5 mg per 10 pounds of the dog’s body weight for the first week.2 If the dog has never taken CBD oil or anything similar in the past, it’s best to start at the lower end of that range. If there are no negative side effects after the first week, the same dosing can be increased to twice a day.

  • 10 pounds: 1 mg – 5 mg
  • 20 pounds: 2 mg – 10 mg
  • 30 pounds: 3 mg – 15 mg
  • 40 pounds: 4 mg – 20 mg
  • 50 pounds: 5 mg – 25 mg
  • 60 pounds: 6 mg – 30 mg
  • 70 pounds: 7 mg – 35 mg
  • 80 pounds: 8 mg – 40 mg
  • 90 pounds: 9 mg – 45 mg

If you use Cannanine™, we recommend administering half a dropper (0.5 ml) for a dog weighing up to 30 lbs. or one full dropper (1 ml) for dogs weighing over 31 lbs.

On average, it takes about 30 minutes to notice therapeutic effects. The key to dosing is finding a balance where the dog reaps all the benefits without experiencing side effects. If the dog starts to show signs of a negative reaction, reduce the dosage.

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It might also be necessary to increase the dosage over time to maintain the same positive effects. If changes to the dosage need to happen, make them slow and gradual to give the dog’s body time to adjust. Remember, there is no toxicity related to CBD, and it’s impossible to overdose.5 Talk to a vet about what works best for your dog and monitor them after each dose.

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