The most common method of giving Phytocannabinoid oil to your pets is either spraying it directly into the animal’s mouth, onto your cat’s paw or simply spray it into their meals each day or on a dog or cat treat.
Phytocannabinoids contains no THC and is non-psychoactive, which means your dog will not get high. Cannabis typically has a mix of Phytocannabinoid and THC, which makes it psychoactive and is needed in small amounts to help treat our animals if they have cancer, similar to adults that want to go for a different approach of treatment compared to undergoing Chemo or Radiation.
The general advice for giving our animals Phytocannabinoids is some trial and error before you find the right dose that works for your dog (or your cat). Start with a small dosage (one squirt) and gradually increase depending on the effects (or reactions) you see from your pet.
It may take a couple hours before you notice any effects from your dog or cat. If you believe your dog or cat is not feeling the effects after a few hours, increase the amount (two or three squirts) later in the day or wait until the next day to try a slightly higher dose. Many dog and cat owners have already taken the initiative to try this alternative method for their animals.
Here’s a few snippets from our clients of what they have to say:
“My dog has had severe storm anxiety all his life. We have difficulty keeping his weight up because he vomits so much when he is anxious. The oil helps him sleep and helps him to be able to eat without vomiting.”
“My dog is old and is almost 16, we have been giving him MaMa Pooch Phytocannabinoid infused spray daily with his food. He’s happier and seems to get around so much better.”
“I have a 17-year-old lab and we have been giving him MaMa Pooch Phytocannabinoid infused spray daily with his food for the past six months. He’s happier and seems to get around so much better without pain.”
“My cat has severe anxiety to loud bangs or fireworks, we simply give him Phytocannabinoids daily to help him with that problem.”