CBD Dosing Different for Dogs and Cats

A scientist with ElleVet Sciences collaborated with academic researchers to examine how CBD influenced dogs’ and cats’ behavior and blood composition over 12 weeks. While dogs showed no clinically significant variations after 12 weeks, cats exhibited excessive head shaking and licking.

“As we continue with our studies, we expect to narrow down dosing strategies for specific scenarios, rather than a one-size-fits-all dosing scheme,” Kjaer said.

For example, one milligram per kilogram, twice a day, has proven to be safe and effective for dogs with mobility discomfort, he said. However, every animal has its own physiology and may respond differently.


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