CBD for Pets

Looking for a natural approach to your pet's well-being? CBD oil for pets has become popular because it could help with a variety of common issues.

CBD may help reduce nervousness in pets, potentially calming them during stressful situations like thunderstorms, fireworks or vet visits.

Unlike THC (the psychoactive component of cannabis), CBD won't get your pet high. Instead, it might offer natural relief for things like pain, anxiety, inflammation, seizures, and even digestion problems.

Is your pet experiencing of any of these symptoms?


CBD's anti-inflammatory properties could help manage discomfort associated with arthritis and other conditions.


CBD might reduce anxiety in pets, potentially calming them during stressful situations like thunderstorms or vet visits.

Mobility problems

Pets may experience joint stiffness, inflammation, and reduced mobility, leading to discomfort and decreased quality of life.

Behavior problems

CBD could help with excessive barking, destructive behavior, or aggression. It can also alleviate symptoms like nausea and vomiting.

Understanding the symptoms of your pet and the Potential Benefits of CBD

Selection for Pets

Selection for Pets

Our CBD oil is completely safe to use for dogs, cats, and horses. However, it is advised not to use CBD with animals that are pregnant or lactating. Cats can benefit from daily doses of Dutch Natural Healing’s CBD oil, though not all CBD products are suited for felines. Therefore, we have a specific oil for cats. Cats are more sensitive to certain cannabinoids that are present in hemp extracts - and some terpenes might be toxic for animals. Like all our products, Dutch Natural Healing CBD oil for pets is made from the best quality hemp, which we produce and process ourselves. This means we only sell 100% organic CBD oil for humans and animals.
Potential Benefits

Potential Benefits

CBD oil has emerged as a potential option for various health concerns. For pets battling chronic pain from arthritis, CBD might offer relief. Digestive issues like bowel disease or loss of appetite could find support with CBD. Is your furry friend feeling on edge or stressed? Many pet owners have reported success using CBD to calm their anxious companions. Even for pets with epilepsy or seizures, some research suggests CBD could be beneficial. Additionally, CBD may improve mobility in pets with hip or joint problems.
Scientific Evidence

Scientific Evidence

Before going further into the scientific evidence, we would like to point out that when using CBD for pets, we recommend always keeping the veterinarian informed. Especially in the case of an already ongoing treatment. Studies have shown promising results in managing pain, anxiety, seizures, and certain inflammatory conditions in animals. However, it's important to note that much of the evidence comes from preclinical studies, small-scale trials, and anecdotal reports. Further research, including large-scale clinical trials, is needed to fully understand the safety, efficacy, optimal dosages, and potential side effects of CBD for pets.

Our CBD selection for pets

Our specially designed CBD oil just for pets recipe contains pure salmon oil, making it tastier and easier to administer to your furry friend.

Animal-Friendly CBD - CBD for Pets

We understand the unwavering bond between you and your pet. Their well-being is your top priority, and so is ours. That's why we're excited to introduce you to the potential of Cannabidiol (CBD) as a natural approach to supporting your pet's health.

While research on CBD for pets is still in its early stages, initial studies and anecdotal evidence suggest promising benefits.

Here's how CBD might contribute to your pet's overall wellness:

• Manage anxiety: CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system, which is known to regulate mood and stress. This could help manage anxiety and stress in pets experiencing separation anxiety (destroying your furniture), noise phobias (fireworks, trucks driving by, thunder), or general nervousness.

• Pain relief: CBD's anti-inflammatory properties have the potential to alleviate discomfort caused by chronic pain associated with arthritis, joint issues, or injuries, offering relief without the side effects of traditional pain medications.

• Improving sleep quality: The calming effects of CBD may promote relaxation and improve sleep quality in pets with anxiety or discomfort, leading to a more peaceful night's rest for both you and your pets.

• Supporting senior pets: As pets age, they may face challenges with mobility, cognitive function, and overall well-being. CBD might offer support by potentially helping with joint stiffness, age-related cognitive decline, and other issues often faced by senior pets.

• Seizure management: While further research is needed, preliminary studies suggest CBD may be beneficial in managing seizures and epilepsy in pets. Some animals have shown reduced seizure frequency and severity with CBD supplementation.

• Appetite stimulance & nausea relief: CBD may stimulate appetite and alleviate nausea in pets undergoing treatments like chemotherapy or experiencing digestive problems, aiding pets struggling with eating or gastrointestinal discomfort.

• Promoting healthy skin & coat: CBD's anti-inflammatory properties could alleviate skin conditions in pets with itching, redness, or allergies. Additionally, CBD's potential to regulate sebum production may contribute to healthier skin and a shinier coat.

Prioritizing your pet's safety

We prioritize the safety and well-being of all pets. Here's why consulting your veterinarian before starting any CBD regimen is crucial:

• High-quality, pet-specific products: Veterinarians can recommend high-quality CBD products specifically formulated for your pet's needs, ensuring appropriate dosage and optimal benefits.

• Personalized guidance: Your veterinarian can provide personalized advice based on your pet's unique health history, medical conditions, and individual needs.

Empowering your pet's well-being journey

CBD can be a valuable tool to complement your pet's overall well-being strategy, but it shouldn't replace veterinary advice. We encourage you to discuss CBD with your veterinarian to determine if it's the right approach for your furry friend.

How to use CBD for pets

Your manual to using CBD for pets:

Our pets can benefit from CBD just as much as we can. That is why we carefully adjusted the concentration in our oils to create a CBD range that is perfect for your much-loved animals. These specially designed products are blended with top-quality salmon oil to tempt their tastebuds or can be mixed with their favorite foods.

Finding the perfect dose of CBD oil for your furry friend

Figuring out how much CBD oil to give your pet is easy—the same basic rules apply to dogs, cats, and even horses!

Tailoring the dose to your dog

It's important to consider their size. Smaller pups will naturally need a much lower dose than larger breeds. Here's a helpful starting point: begin with one drop of CBD oil per every 5 kg of your dog's weight twice daily. Monitor their response for about 10 days, and you can gradually increase the dosage if needed.

Keeping your cat calm with CBD

Daily doses of CBD oil can be a good option for feline friends, but not all products are created equal. Cats are more sensitive to certain cannabinoids and terpenes found in hemp extracts; some terpenes can even be harmful.

Our specially formulated CBD oil for cats is 100% safe, completely terpene-free, and designed specifically for their needs. Like dogs, you can start with one drop twice daily and adjust based on your cat's weight or consult your veterinarian for personalized guidance.

Horses and CBD: A natural solution

Information on using CBD oil with horses is still emerging, but CBD could be calming and relaxing for them as well. It could relieve anxiety, pain, and inflammation and improve their digestive and metabolic systems. Since horses are much larger animals, the appropriate dosage will naturally vary greatly. If you're interested in exploring CBD for your horse, feel free to contact us for more details and any updates on current recommendations.

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