Changing the way you approach your dog or any pets’ diet doesn’t have to be an overwhelming event where you worry if they will have any adverse effects from the new ingredients or if they will or won’t like the taste of the products. Knowing that you are using ingredients that come from nature already gives you a head start on being on the right track in terms of efficacy and positive effects on your animals’ lifestyle and nutrition.
When we opt for the mass-produced and off-the-shelf products we understand that the composition of the product will undoubtedly have preservatives, chemical enhancers, and flavorings and this is not something that everyone feels comfortable with giving to their pet. If you look closer at the packaging labels you will see the shelf life expiry date, this is a good indication of what could be in the product you’re considering purchasing.
We have all seen the foods that tend to sit on the shelves for months on end, but what we need to ask ourselves is what is in them to make them last that long, and do we want this in our dogs’ life never mind bodies?
Take a moment on your next tea break to have a look over this article https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/how-to-read-food-labels#:~:text=Study%20the%20Ingredients%20List,of%20what%20you’re%20eating and familiarize yourself on how to read the packaging and product labels and what to be aware of or to look for to get the best products for your needs. Not only for yourself but the whole family, furry family members included.
A healthier alternative.
Wanting to do things differently seems to be the way for the future, life is busy, schedules are hectic, and ensuring everyone in the family is properly nourished can often take a back seat, especially the pets who we end up rushing out of the door for a quick 20-minute walk if we can manage.
While we may not always be able to give our pup the hour or more long walk we wish we could we can ensure that they are properly fed and have the essential vitamins and minerals to live a quality life. This is best achieved by implementing it into their meals and nutrition plan and with this, you get the benefits of an organic and all-natural ingredient without the fuss of them turning their noses up at it.
It can be even trickier if you have a specialized breed, but thankfully the CBD plant which is taking the world by storm is suitable for everyone and all animals and thus why its versatility makes it so popular. And adding it to even top-of-the line thoroughbred diets has shown much success.
CBD for your dog.
If you are looking for something more tailored and personalized for your dog, like my friend who has just bought a pair of Australian shepherd dogs, then Cannabidiol could be the answer you have been looking for.
This humble plant has helped dogs and animals, in general, with overall homeostasis for a calmer and more relaxed outlook on life, they feel a renewed sense of energy, their mood and morale is increased for the better, and to top it all off their coats and fur become thicker and fuller. What have you got to lose?
The CBD success stories of pet owners increase daily and not only can you get creative and innovative with how you want to add it to your dogs’ meals, but it comes in various forms so you could mix and match how you incorporate it which is great for your dog too.
You could soak the oil into dog-treat biscuits that they’ll love or stir it into their dinner just before serving, the main objective is to administer it in a way that ensures they ingest it and that fits your lifestyle and routine. We all know that if a new method or product becomes hard work it can be tough to maintain for the long run and then your pet won’t reap the benefits of all that the CBD plant and flower has to offer.
The top 3 advantages of a dog diet with CBD.
- Stress. There is an endless list of events or triggers that can give dogs anxiety, some more preventable than others, but CBD helps regulate pulses and messages sent in the body and to the brain and makes them more manageable.
- Arthritis. This is often caused by severe and painful inflammation in the joints and muscles and can happen at any age, Cannabidiol helps to break down the build-up and in most cases prevent it which eliminates this.
You can always read more about the plus side CBD has for your dog in this link, this way you are well-versed in what products affect which ailment and can tweak or change your dogs’ diet accordingly.
- Digestion. They may not be eating well no matter how many variations of dinner you prepare, and this could be due to an upset stomach or digestive issues. CBD helps regulate and maintain the digestive system and alleviate cramps or nausea.
There is something for every dog breed, shape, size, and even temperament and if you have tried everything else then CBD could be the answer you have been waiting for. You will not only enjoy a naturally grown ingredient for your pet but see the effects within a mere few weeks, they will love you for it without even knowing why. Win-win.