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CBD for Cats

CBD FOR CATS



The Naturecan Pet veterinary team has created a proprietary blend of CBD + CBDA Isolate.

We believe that only the purest CBD formulations can guarantee a consistent product and ensure that it is free from any terpenes or flavonoids that pets may react to.

It also enables us to guarantee that all our pet CBD oils contain zero THC.

CBD FOR DOGS

The veterinarian team at Naturecan are committed to ensuring your pet can benefit from CBD while guaranteeing their safety.

We have formulated a proprietary blend of CBD + CBDA isolate to work in synergy with your dog's endocannabinoid system. CBD works indirectly with the body's CB1 and CB2 receptors which support a range of vital functions, such as sleep, mood, and pain, while CBDA works to inhibit the COX2 enzyme, which is responsible for inflammatory response.

Studies suggest that, by acting as a COX2 inhibitor, CBDA may have the potential to reduce feelings of pain and irritation. We use chromatography to refine our broad-spectrum CBD into an isolate, removing all flavonoids and terpenes which can be dangerous for some pets. This chromatography process also allows us to ensure all THC is removed to create a 100% pure CBD product.

CBD for Cats

CBD DOG TREATS AND CBD OIL

CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD Oil for Dogs
CBD Oil for Dogs

CBD Oil for Dogs

HK$250.00
CBD Dog Treats for Joints
CBD Dog Treats for Joints
CBD Dog Treats for Joints
CBD Dog Treats for Joints

CBD Dog Treats for Hip & Joint Support

HK$320.00
CBD Dog Treats for Calming Behaviour
CBD Dog Treats for Calming Behaviour
CBD Dog Treats for Calming Behaviour
CBD Dog Treats for Calming Behaviour

CBD Calming Dog Treats

HK$320.00
CBD Dog Treats New In
CBD Dog Treats
CBD Dog Treats New In
CBD Dog Treats

CBD Dog Treats

HK$250.00
CBD Dog Treats for Skin
CBD Dog Treats for Skin
CBD Dog Treats for Skin
CBD Dog Treats for Skin

CBD Dog Treats for Skin

HK$320.00
Pain Relief for Dogs
Pain Relief for Dogs

Pain Relief for Dogs

HK$490.00
Dog Pain Relief Bundle
Dog Pain Relief Bundle
Dog Pain Relief Bundle
Dog Pain Relief Bundle

Dog Pain Relief Bundle

HK$860.00
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WHAT IS CBD USED FOR?

Our bespoke veterinarian pet products utilise the healing powers of cannabidiol (CBD) oil, derived from the Cannabis sativa plant. Commonly known as hemp, this plant has been used for thousands of years to optimise health and combat pain.

Early studies have shown CBD may have the potential to help combat a number of conditions, including:
Digestion
Anxiety
Joint Issues
Chronic Pain
Allergies & Skin Conditions

HOW DOES CBD WORK?

Harnessing the power of CBD to help dogs live their best lives is still a new concept, meaning that large-scale research is somewhat inadequate.

However, preliminary studies look promising, and UK vets may now prescribe CBD for dogs. In fact, many pet owners see life-changing results after giving their pets CBD.

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Why Naturecan?

Naturecan offers an extensive and exclusive range of quality cat CBD products.

With websites live in over 30 countries worldwide, we use our global reach to deliver the health benefits of CBD to all pet owners.

All Naturecan’s pet products are veterinarian formulated using industry-leading technology and undergo rigorous testing practices with third parties to ensure product quality, pet safety and supply chain transparency.


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How does CBD help cats? 

Research indicates that CBD may offer wellness-supporting benefits for your feline friend.

Owners can give CBD for a range of conditions.

Research suggests that CBD may help with discomfort and inflammation and could improve your cat's quality of life.


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HOW DOES CBD WORK FOR DOGS?

It seems that because all animals have an endocannabinoid system (ECS), any species can utilise and benefit from CBD products³.

The endocannabinoid system consists of three key components: endocannabinoids, cannabinoid (CB) receptors, and enzymes. Endocannabinoids send signals to cannabinoid receptors throughout the body to release chemicals that help people and pets deal with external events, like injuries and stress. 

CB receptors are responsible for releasing chemicals that keep our bodies in homeostasis or balance. The two we currently understand are CB1, found chiefly in the brain and central nervous system, and CB2, primarily located in the liver and immune system.³ Enzymes break down endocannabinoids once they have carried out their function. CBD is a phyto-cannabinoid that supports our natural endocannabinoid function and helps the ECS to maintain a balanced internal state.

HOW TO GIVE CBD TO YOUR DOG

There are a number of ways to give your pet CBD.

You can choose from our range of easy-to-use dog treats which include prescriptive formulations for key conditions like joint and mobility issues, skin conditions or anxious behaviour.

Our Dog Treats for Hip & Joint Support combine natural ingredients such as chondroitin, glucosamine and Boswellia to support healthy joints.

Our CBD Dog Treats for Skin & Coat Health is infused with soothing aloe vera, turmeric and organic coconut oil to help calm irritated skin and support a healthy coat.

Our CBD Dog Treats for Calm combine soothing passionflower extract, camomile and valerian root to offer a simple way to promote calm behaviour, support relaxation and wellbeing, and encourage natural sleep.

Cat Endocannabinoid System
Cat Endocannabinoid System

Low CBD strength treats may be a great way to keep your dog at a consistent level, or if they are experiencing reduced appetite, you can drop our Pet CBD oils directly into the mouth.

For larger dogs that need a higher dose of CBD our treats can be given alongside our CBD oil which can be added to food or given orally before food.

Or if they are combatting chronic conditions that require rapid onset, the drops are placed under the tongue, where they will be rapidly absorbed through the pink mucosa.

This is known as the sublingual route (literally, ‘under the tongue’), and can be safely done using your complimentary dosing syringe. Sublingual absorption is efficient in terms of bioavailability.

The percentage of each dose absorbed is generally higher than that achieved by means of oral ingestion, and the rate of absorption is also higher, with CBD entering the bloodstream within 15 minutes.

The easiest way to administer sublingually is to face the same way as your dog and use one hand to steady the head and simultaneously lift the lip with a thumb.

With the other hand, gently introduce the Naturecan syringe into the corner of the mouth (which will likely cause the dog to lick and chew) and use this opportunity to deposit the oil in the space underneath the tongue.

Syringes are included with all our CBD Oils. A plastic syringe dropper with dosages marked in millilitres (ml) is more accurate and much safer for pets than glass droppers. 

TOPICAL CBD FOR PAIN RELIEF

Alternatively, for pain and mobility issues you can use our pain relief topical gel formulated with CBD, glucosamine, chondroitin and Boswellia.

This targets pain transdermally, bypassing the CB1 and CB2 receptors and binding with the neurotransmitter called anandamide, which regulates inflammation and pain.

For severe pain, discomfort or mobility conditions, we recommend combining our topical gel with an oral CBD oil or treat.


Please see the topical product page for tips on how to best massage our pain relief gel into the joints.

Cat Endocannabinoid System


How does CBD work for cats?

The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a complex cell signalling system found naturally in all animals, including humans. The ECS consists of three parts: the endocannabinoids or internal cannabinoids, cannabinoid (CB) receptors, and enzymes.

The body produces endocannabinoids, which are neurotransmitters or messaging chemicals. These compounds activate the cannabinoid receptors, releasing various chemicals to help the body remain in homeostasis or healthy balance.

Cannabinoid receptors are found throughout the body, which is why CBD and other plant-based cannabinoids have wide-reaching effects. CB1 is the receptor primarily found in the brain and central nervous system, whereas CB2 receptors are sited in the liver and throughout the immune system.

Researchers believe that the ECS plays a role in significant bodily functions involving the central nervous system, digestive system, endocrine system, and reproductive system. CBD and the other phytocannabinoids hold the key to the ECS as, like the body's endocannabinoids, they can interact with the CB receptors and support recovery and aid optimal health.

CBD dosage for cats

 We recommend one drop per 1kg of the cat's weight. 

 For example, if your cat weighs 6.5kg's the dose is 6 drops, equally divided across 3 drops AM & 3 drops PM.
Can be given orally or sublingually prior to food or mixed with food. Our cat CBD Oils include a syringe for easy dosing, simply count the drops into the syringe and apply into the side of the mouth.

What our customers had to say....

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"WE NOTICED THE DIFFERENCE IN A WEEK! HE LOVES HIS WALKS AGAIN AFTER MONTHS OF ILLNESS" - SUE, COLARADO

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"SHE SEEMED SORE & IN CHRONIC PAIN. CBD HAS MADE HER SO WELL & HAPPY, THANK YOU!" - STAN, SYDNEY

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"HE WAS OFF HIS FOOD AND SEEMED SAD BUT NOW HE'S HIS NAUGHTY SELF AGAIN" - SARAH, UK

Is CBD for Your Pet?

Its hard to know what to do when your best friend isn't themselves.  We at Naturecan are committed to delivering quality products to help your pet through various short or long term ailments.  Choose from our chews or oil tinitures which can be added to food or dropped directly into your pets mouth.

We’re here to support you and your pet with the latest from the world of CBD.

Citations
1 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7399642/
2 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6338022/
3 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4789136/
4 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6065210/