Beware of False Advertising When Buying Hemp CBD for Pets

Beware of False Advertising When Buying Hemp CBD for Pets

A glut of false advertising is flooding the market with cheap products containing only trace amounts of cannabinoids that do nothing, or even harm your pet. For frustrated pet owners looking to medicate their dogs and cats to prevent seizures, ensure calm car rides, reduce arthritis pain, or limit aggression, the promise of hemp CBD can fall short due to swindling fly-by-night companies and their false advertising on products for pets. Compounding this, is a reluctance by some veterinarians in the United States to recommend hemp CBD for pets. Arguably, there is more evidence to support CBD’s effectiveness in animals than humans (thanks to lab testing), but the amount of false advertising and ludicrous claims by shifty suppliers complicate matters. No animal doctor wants to prescribe a potentially harmful medication for pets, but with the lack of regulation in the hemp CBD market, well-meaning patients could buy the wrong brand and hurt their furry friend. The Effects of False Advertising  There are stories galore about the benefits of CBD for cats and dogs. Many pet owners have found that small doses have brightened their dogs’ moods, prevented regular seizures, soothed aggressive behavior, and calmed separation anxiety. False advertising is a direct threat to those success stories. Why? Because selling snake oil to desperate pet owners damages the entire industry. Your dog can’t experience the placebo effect, so CBD will shows explicit signs of working or not. There’s no mystery psychology at work. But buying fake, low-grade CBD products may leave…

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