Hemp oil for the dog - intoxicatingly good (and of course absolutely legal)!

Hemp is the rising star in superfood heaven: hemp oil masks, hemp drinks, hemp oil chocolate and even hemp beer are storming the market and are almost being snatched out of the hands of the suppliers. Perhaps the first thought that comes to your mind is the intoxicating effect that the cannabis plant brings, for example, in smoked form. Admittedly, the hemp oil used in food supplements also comes from the seeds of the hemp plant.

Of course, it is not our aim to pave the way for your cold-nosed pet to "go off the rails" with our products. In truth, we simply want to help him with his small and big complaints - he should feel great again and that completely naturally and without any hint of chemicals! In a nutshell: Since our hemp oil does not contain any THC, it is not a drug and therefore does not induce a state of intoxication. Instead, you can learn from us how hemp oil impresses with its anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect and has absolutely nothing in common with the drug of the same name.

Intoxicating without intoxication - this is how hemp oil affects your dog

A food supplement that basically only has benefits? Sounds good and it is! Regardless of age, race and gender, hemp oil has a ...

  • Positive effect on dull and brittle coat
  • anti-inflammatory
  • soothes itchy skin thanks to the vitamin E it contains
  • Supportive effect on a weak immune system
  • and analgesic effect on joint complaints.

The oil pressed from the seeds of the hemp plant thus has a positive effect on a wide variety of complaints and also contains important nutrients such as vitamin E, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. [1] This makes it ideal as a supplement to the increasingly popular barfing, in which the four-legged friends are fed exclusively with natural, raw meat and fish. Despite all the naturalness, this can quickly lead to nutritional deficiencies compared to commercially available complete feed, which are mitigated by the hemp oil packed with minerals and vitamins.[2]

Attention, important: What you should pay attention to during use

Let's start with the good news: As long as your furry friend does not consume the entire bottle in one gulp, hemp oil can hardly be overdosed. For the sake of a pleasant gastrointestinal condition, however, you should not exceed the recommended daily dose of one teaspoon per 10 kilograms of dog weight. A Podenco weighing 20 kilograms should therefore be given a maximum of two teaspoons of hemp oil per day. Of course, we don't want to hide from you why this dog will probably not "look much deeper into the glass" anyway.[3] And at this point we come to the bad news regarding this valuable superfood: hemp oil by nature has a very... own taste. It can be described as intensely nutty and is eaten by many dogs rather with nose-rubbing.[4] It is therefore best to start your first hemp oil experiment with a small bottle size to ensure that your four-legged friend accepts the unconventional taste of the hemp plant. Would you like our experience? Dogs love food - and a few drops of the nutty addition do not detract from the enjoyment. We wish you a good appetite


[1] Richter, G. (2019): CBD in der Tiermedizin

[2] Bayerischer Rundfunk (2022): https://www.br.de/nachrichten/wissen/fertigfutter-barfen-rohes-fleisch-was-ist-besser-fuer-den-hund,SURk3po

[3] Wanitschek, A., Vigl, S. (2019): Cannabis und Cannabidiol (CBD) richtig anwenden | Wirkungsweise und Behandlungsmethoden verständlich erklärt

[4] Richter, G. (2019): CBD in der Tiermedizin

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