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Old 04-06-2019, 08:07 PM   #16
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RAN OUT OF ROOM FOR THE other References. Don't ever doubt that the dangers of using OTC drugs aren't real and potentially dangerous, even lethal. They make their mfg.'s so much $, they can afford epidemics and deaths, legal settlements lawsuits and as there is no oversight, they pretty much can do what they want, build their plants where they please, hire the high or otherwise unemployable. Something to remember when using non-regulated OTC drugs. And this is just ONE CASE OF ONE OTC DRUG. Many times doctors never know what caused a patient's serious problem/death, but in these cases, they were able to track down a culprit.
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Do you mind me asking what you are giving little Callie this drug for and if you used regulated prescription drugs first to no avail?
For her joints/arthritis. She is on a lot of medicine and yes one of those is an anti inflammatory/ pain medicine. But she was still having a limp, tough times when it rained and was cold, slower getting up, very little jumping, and I saw a bit of depression due to this and not being able to keep up with her siblings. She had LP surgery done on both legs at different times as well as CCL surgeries on both from tears and had issues with her meniscus and clicking. I have a whole different do now then I did before almost no limping, getting up faster, chasing after her siblings doing things she also hasnít done in years. It is amazing and I will forever be greatful of the CBD oil. This was the thread I made about it https://www.yorkietalk.com/forums/ge...il-callie.html
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For her joints/arthritis. She is on a lot of medicine and yes one of those is an anti inflammatory/ pain medicine. But she was still having a limp, tough times when it rained and was cold, slower getting up, very little jumping, and I saw a bit of depression due to this and not being able to keep up with her siblings. She had LP surgery done on both legs at different times as well as CCL surgeries on both from tears and had issues with her meniscus and clicking. I have a whole different do now then I did before almost no limping, getting up faster, chasing after her siblings doing things she also hasnít done in years. It is amazing and I will forever be greatful of the CBD oil. This was the thread I made about it https://www.yorkietalk.com/forums/ge...il-callie.html
So glad you've found something that's helping her. In their later years, their comfort means everything to us.

Tibbe gave me horrible scare yesterday. He's 11 1/2 now so anything he does out of the ordinary, I get the car out of the garage, ready to vet. He'd come in from pottying and dashed into the bathroom where I'd gone, little tail down, ears back, acting scared. He was kinda dashing about, then trying to hide behind me. I just panicked. He acted scared or in pain, stressed. What could have happened to him out pottying?

Got the car out, his leash out, a blanket ready, my purse, phone and keys and he was just following me around very close to my feet, tail down, acting scared. I checked him over, gums pink, normal fast return to pink on pressing, nothing seemed to hurt his joints by range of motion or palpation of them or his back or tummy, throat, neck, he did seem a bit warm but he gets warm when he's passionate or scared. I watched him with my heart in my mouth just about to scoop him up and off to the vet when I asked him if he wanted to go potty again as he was sort of behaving like he wanted to go potty, even though he'd just been. He twirled around FAST. Out we went, he briefly crouched and then was up, running normally, tail, ears up, seemingly fine.

After he came back in, he smelled bad! I checked his rear and there was a dot of poop stuck in his rear hair. Aha! I removed it, washed him and he was fine. A dang dingleberry had obviously been the cause of all of that. It had been years since he's had one so I didn't obviously think if that until I smelled the poop! But after all of that, he settled on the couch in his 'spot' and was happy chappy! My heart rate finally returned to normal by evening.
When they are older, you just live a life on the edge a good deal of the time, always hoping today's not the time. I get more than anything you want to make them comfortable and happy in their last years! Best to you and Callie and all her siblings!
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I used it a lot for chester before he passed for anxiety, pet releaf out of Colorado is very good, capsules or oil or you can get it in treats. It is good for pain, anxiety, seizures, IBS, and it was safe with his 3 meds for his heart failure
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Not a fan. People need to be aware of the fact that people HAVE had psychotic breaks on marijuana. It is not the harmless drug many think it is....and we must remember that all mood altering substances can affect people differently. The amount of THC varies and the research really is not there for animals.

I personally would NEVER give it to my pups. There are plenty of other things that have been researched and DO WORK. Please don't anyone tell me you have tried everything and it didn't work and CBD was the miracle. Not buying it. You can say it, but don't say it to me and expect me to buy it.

I hope that anyone who uses it is consulting with a vet. You must know dosages!

This whole thing concerns me for humans and animals...this crazy push for this so called miracle drug. I can virtually guarantee there will be problems in the future.

Following is a very interesting article.

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Not a fan. People need to be aware of the fact that people HAVE had psychotic breaks on marijuana. It is not the harmless drug many think it is....and we must remember that all mood altering substances can affect people differently. The amount of THC varies and the research really is not there for animals.

I personally would NEVER give it to my pups. There are plenty of other things that have been researched and DO WORK. Please don't anyone tell me you have tried everything and it didn't work and CBD was the miracle. Not buying it. You can say it, but don't say it to me and expect me to buy it.

I hope that anyone who uses it is consulting with a vet. You must know dosages!

This whole thing concerns me for humans and animals...this crazy push for this so called miracle drug. I can virtually guarantee there will be problems in the future.

Following is a very interesting article.

https://www.petmd.com/dog/general-he...-you-need-know
THC is toxic to dogs. What I give has no TCH and that is what causes the high and everything else. CBD is actually hemp oil not marijuana. I put a lot of research into it and yes my vet knows and is very supportive. There are very little to almost no side effects to hemp oil. Callie is on pain meds and the CBD oil. She is about to be 12 in my opinion any long term effects would effect her arekind of a mute point. She is a completely different dog now back to her old self and I donít think anyone could really get it until they see it. I would never ever give my dog marijuana ever. I feel the health benefits are in the hemp oil and not in the TCH.
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THC is toxic to dogs. What I give has no TCH and that is what causes the high and everything else. CBD is actually hemp oil not marijuana. I put a lot of research into it and yes my vet knows and is very supportive. There are very little to almost no side effects to hemp oil. Callie is on pain meds and the CBD oil. She is about to be 12 in my opinion any long term effects would effect her arekind of a mute point. She is a completely different dog now back to her old self and I don’t think anyone could really get it until they see it. I would never ever give my dog marijuana ever. I feel the health benefits are in the hemp oil and not in the TCH.
With all of your research you did not find that CBD actually does have some THC in it? While it may be small amounts it iS in it. I personally wouldn't take it and I sure as heck won't give it to my pups.

Like I said, I don't buy it Taylor and you can keep telling me that...and I still won't buy it.

I didn't mention long term effects. Overdose is a short term effect. I didn't ask about YOUR vet...but I would hope that "supportive" means dosing.

I am happy that Callie is doing well.

Again, I won't ever give it. I have NEVER had a pup who had some type of symptom that I could not treat without the use of this new treatment. This makes me think of the coconut oil cures....that stuff supposedly cures everything. Oh...and tumeric another new thing. *sigh*

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With all of your research you did not find that CBD actually does have some THC in it? While it may be small amounts it iS in it. I personally wouldn't take it and I sure as heck won't give it to my pups.

Like I said, I don't buy it Taylor and you can keep telling me that...and I still won't buy it.

I didn't mention long term effects. Overdose is a short term effect. I didn't ask about YOUR vet...but I would hope that "supportive" means dosing.

I am happy that Callie is doing well.

Again, I won't ever give it. I have NEVER had a pup who had some type of symptom that I could not treat without the use of this new treatment. This makes me think of the coconut oil cures....that stuff supposedly cures everything. Oh...and tumeric another new thing. *sigh*
I like to keep my mind open more then I used too. I tried it before giving it to her as did my parents. I actually give her half of the dose recommended for her. Would I do it with my youngest 3 I doubt it but Callie is a totally different situation. It is extremely hard to overdose on CBD oil without THC. I also use coconut oil not for a miracle cure but after I shaved Ollieís little butt he rubbed it on the carpet giving himself carpet rash. It was on a weekend so I thought to try it through the weekend and call the vet Monday and it worked. Would I use it on an open wound on my pups no or on an infected sore. It doesnít seem to do to bad with small not bad little rashes. I use it on my feet and love it. Iím not as crazy as my dad with the whole natural remedy thing. You have no idea what it took for me to decide to use. My biggest issue is several people have called me a bad dog owner for it but I have also been called a bad dog owner for giving heart guard. So I try to realize I canít please everyone which is hard for me. I think this is just one of those things we have to respectfully disagree on. I still respect you and what you say and your experience.
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I like to keep my mind open more then I used too. I tried it before giving it to her as did my parents. I actually give her half of the dose recommended for her. Would I do it with my youngest 3 I doubt it but Callie is a totally different situation. It is extremely hard to overdose on CBD oil without THC. I also use coconut oil not for a miracle cure but after I shaved Ollieís little butt he rubbed it on the carpet giving himself carpet rash. It was on a weekend so I thought to try it through the weekend and call the vet Monday and it worked. Would I use it on an open wound on my pups no or on an infected sore. It doesnít seem to do to bad with small not bad little rashes. I use it on my feet and love it. Iím not as crazy as my dad with the whole natural remedy thing. You have no idea what it took for me to decide to use. My biggest issue is several people have called me a bad dog owner for it but I have also been called a bad dog owner for giving heart guard. So I try to realize I canít please everyone which is hard for me. I think this is just one of those things we have to respectfully disagree on. I still respect you and what you say and your experience.

All I am saying is that I don't believe there is any CBD with ZERO THC.

Also, there are no research studies that I know of regarding the use in domestic pets.

And, there are no regulations on this stuff that I am aware of.

I am extremely concerned and I don't care what your anecdotal evidence says.

As to your comments about what kind of pet owner you are...I am lost. I also don't understand your comment about respectfully disagreeing. I didn't post ANYTHING here that was referencing YOU personally. I simply posted here because I have serious concerns about this whole topic with regards to peoples' pets. I believe they should hear different viewpoints. That is ALL I am doing...trying to present something that people need to look into before jumping on this bandwagon.
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I am going to respond to your comment about "sampling" what you give your pets. I am not quite sure how you can believe that a human would have the same response to something that a tiny pet would. That's like saying I didn't get drunk on 3 oz of alcohol so it is safe to give to my infant child.
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Does anyone have experience with giving CBD oil to their dogs. Is it safe?
My advice is to speak with your vet about this.
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All I am saying is that I don't believe there is any CBD with ZERO THC.

Also, there are no research studies that I know of regarding the use in domestic pets.

And, there are no regulations on this stuff that I am aware of.

I am extremely concerned and I don't care what your anecdotal evidence says.

As to your comments about what kind of pet owner you are...I am lost. I also don't understand your comment about respectfully disagreeing. I didn't post ANYTHING here that was referencing YOU personally. I simply posted here because I have serious concerns about this whole topic with regards to peoples' pets. I believe they should hear different viewpoints. That is ALL I am doing...trying to present something that people need to look into before jumping on this bandwagon.
There have been studies done and even one that the AKC is funding. This isn’t a new thing it’s been around for hundreds of years. CBD oil without THC is hemp oil.
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I am going to respond to your comment about "sampling" what you give your pets. I am not quite sure how you can believe that a human would have the same response to something that a tiny pet would. That's like saying I didn't get drunk on 3 oz of alcohol so it is safe to give to my infant child.
No the amount for our size was taken. My dad has continued to use it because he has blood pressure issues and is hopping he can get his blood pressure down. He is currently on 3 blood pressure meds and lots like 150 pounds and itís still high. My mom tried it for pain. It is very very good for joint pain and showing well in dog studies for joint pain but like everything it doesnít work for everyone.
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There have been studies done and even one that the AKC is funding. This isnít a new thing itís been around for hundreds of years. CBD oil without THC is hemp oil.

There is THC in it Taylor. It may be a small amount, but it IS there. It isn't regulated which is a major concern to me.

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The safety and risks of using CBD for dogs have not yet been researched. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not approved CBD and has not issued a dosing chart. Therefore, we do not know what size dosage would be toxic. Any medication or supplement carries the risk of a reaction. It is always advisable, when giving your dog something new, to start out with small amounts and then closely monitor the effects. And always check with your veterinarian first.
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