Purportedly able to quell arthritic pain, convulsive seizures, nausea and anxiety in our four-legged friends, VetCBD was put to the test over the recent Christmas holiday.
After rescuing our Chihuahua/Corgi mix five years ago, Piper fast became an integral part of our active family. A best friend to my three kids, this little rescue dog had a major impact on our family dynamic. Piper has taught my children the value of responsibility, compassion, and empathy for all living creatures. Now, approximately 11 years old, our family’s canine companion has begun to slow down dramatically. Riddled with hip issues and plagued with hind legs that inhibit her mobility, our furry little friend now finds it increasingly difficult to get up and down stairs – let alone play with our kids. In search of a holistic solution for our dog’s escalating discomfort, a helpful co-worker suggested I look into VetCBD.
Established by Dr. Tim Shu, VetCBD was originally cultivated as a means of creating a healthier alternative for veterinary health care. A graduate of Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Dr. Shu spent seven years working as a veterinarian. Providing a wide spectrum of care for suffering animals, Dr. Shu’s experience included a stint in the critical care arena, the field of general medicine, as well as the occasional emergency room visit. Sympathetic to the important relationship between owner and pet, Dr. Shu sought to reduce the need of pharmaceutical medicines for today’s cats and dogs.
Already well-versed on the therapeutic value of marijuana’s many cannabinoids, Dr. Shu was more than a little curious about the applicable uses for today’s pets. Motivated by scientific discoveries surrounding the non-psychoactive cannabinoid, Shu and his associates launched VetCBD in 2015.
Pet Safe Tinctures
After first doing a little research and checking with our local veterinarian, it became clear our family needed to try some VetCBD on our little 8-pound pooch. Hoping to provide our tiniest family member the best gift possible this holiday season – a new lease on life – Piper received her first dose on the morning of Christmas Eve. Starting on the low end of the medicinal spectrum, I provided our Chihuahua/Corgi mix just .5 ml of VetCBD. Created from cannabis extracts rather than hemp, VetCBD provided some much-needed relief within the first 24 hours of the initial dose. No longer stiff and lifeless at the foot of our bed, Piper’s arthritic hips were seemingly a thing of Christmas past. Formulated specifically for dogs and cats, these tinctures are made without potentially toxic solvents, alcohol or sugar. In addition to vanquishing Piper’s arthritic pain on Christmas morning, VetCBD also stimulated her ordinarily petite appetite.
CBD to THC ratio
Available in 1 and 2-ounce bottles, VetCBD has a 20:1 ratio of CBD to THC and suggests weight specific dosages. Created with the entourage effect in mind, these non-psychoactive tinctures are made of medical quality ingredients and have been thoroughly tested to ensure both the safety and efficacy of each bottle of VetCBD.
Easily purchased throughout California, VetCBD can be found in dispensaries from San Diego to San Francisco. Also, as a means of disseminating valuable information within the community, VetCBD asks pet owners to send their informative testimony to them via email, Instagram, Twitter or Facebook. Valuing each and every testimonial, your pet’s journey to wellness will be shared on VetCBD’s testimonial page.
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