First, consult with your veterinarian to ensure that CBD won’t interfere with your pet’s current medications or health conditions.
If all is good, start with 1mg of CBD per every 10 lbs of an animal’s body weight, once or twice a day. Generally, it’s good to start small, and gradually increase the amount of CBD every week until you see your desired benefits. Stay with your pet for several hours after giving them CBD to ensure they are okay.
CBD is itself non-toxic, and so the most important thing to keep in mind is that “overdosing” on CBD will not result in fatalities. The most commonly reported side-effects for CBD in animals are sedation and over-active appetites.
Where issues usually arise is in contaminated products – that is, products that have high levels of contaminants like heavy metals, residual solvents, and other byproducts of cheap and hasty CBD extraction. The FDA has warned that pet owners should be cautious when it comes to purchasing and using medical cannabis. 
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