Whole Plant Hemp Oil for Large Dogs >40 lbs

Whole Plant Hemp Oil for Large Dogs >40 lbs


Whole plant hemp oil for large dogs >40 lbs


1 bottle

Net contents: 3.00 oz (90 mL)

  • Product Info

    For Large Dogs >40 lbs

    Whole plant hemp oil for large dogs (>40 lbs) delivers a balanced approach to support the endocannabinoid system of your large four-legged friends (breeds like Burmese Mountain Dog, Labrador, Golden Retriever, and more). Canna Companion veterinary professionals have collected data from over 1,000 animals, through the span of 5 years, before making this special canine CBD oil formula with decarboxylated heavy (significant) CBD:CBDA, CBD:THC 8:1-9:1, minor cannabinoids (CBG, CBC, CBN), and terpenes. This CBD for dogs is formulated to support large canine neurological systems, including but not limited to the normal functions of the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral neuromuscular input.


    Active Ingredients per Ounce: 

    Full Spectrum Whole Plant Hemp Oil 90mL (contains naturally occurring cannabidiol (CBD) 2.32 mg/0.1mL)


    Inactive Ingredients:



    Directions for Use:

    Give 0.1mL per 20-25 lb of body weight 2-3 times daily, as indicated, during or after your pet has eaten. Insert the syringe tip (provided) into the syringe adapter, invert the bottle, then draw back on the syringe to the desired amount.

    Store in a cool dry place.


    Net Contents:
    3.00 oz (90 mL)

  • Cautions

    Consult a veterinarian to understand why your pet is experiencing pain before using this product. Pain could be an indicator of a serious condition that requires diagnosis and/or treatment from a veterinarian. Never change your pet's prescription medications without first consulting your veterinarian.


    Administer this product during or after your pet has eaten to reduce the chance of stomach upset.  The safe use of this product in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If an animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian