CBD To Control Seizures In Dogs and Cats



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If your dog or cat has seizures, such as epilepsy, then you should consider CBD oil ( medical marijuana), for seizure control. Dr Jones discusses the research, the benefits, risks and the dose of CBD for dog and cat seizures.

Cannabinoids in the Treatment of Epilepsy: Hard Evidence at Last?: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5767492/

Low Dose of CBD Liquid Eases Epilepsy Seizures: https://www.webmd.com/epilepsy/news/20180516/low-dose-of-cbd-oil-eases-epilepsy-seizures#1

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20 thoughts on “CBD To Control Seizures In Dogs and Cats

  1. Hello, my bestfriend has a dog and he has seizures and usually 3-3 1/2 months inbetween occurances. he is a mix breed half papin and not sure other half he thinks dotson. ( i say his breed as i dont know if this is important to know for his treatment.) He weighs appoximently 15-25 pounds.

    And today he had 2 seizures one in the morning and 6-7 hours later had another seizure that night. they last estimated 10-15 seconds. I would like to know if CBD oil would be useful to help lower the occurances or stop him from seizing.
    And what is the best product for his aligment. please respond ASAP. He is my bestfriends therapy dog. and he is very close to him. and he would be devastated if he lost him. sincerly concerned jeffy.

    if anyone who reads this has any expriencce with using CBD oil for seizures and/or advice or helpful tips please respond. thank you.

  2. I have a 12.5 yrs old Dogue de Bordeaux. She is very old for her breed. She is getting smaller in her age at 70-80 lbs. Lately she is having seizures. Not very often but has had 3 now about 2 weeks apart. What dosage would you recommend. At this stage in her life we just want to make her comfortable. Thanks in advance

  3. My dog is epileptic. He has been on phenobarbital for about a year now and has been hospitalized twice. He was just given Keppra as well since phenobarbital isn’t controlling his seizures as much. Everyday I have to give him 7 pills and I can’t even imagine what this is going to do to him long term. I’ve been doing a lot of research on CBD and plan on moving him over to that to control his seizures. I’m definitely going to talk to his vet about this to figure out a way to take him off his 7 daily pills.

  4. Could CBD help with a spinal problem, my poor pal seemed to have lost the absorption impact fluid near his rear end, I doubt I described it correctly.
    It seemed to have leaked, leaving a section dry, as my vet put it. He is walking like he is drunk, I was told due to issue, he is uncertain as to where his rear legs actually are, hence the drunken state.
    My research has lead me to believe, most companies are passing hemp extract oil off as CDB.

  5. Great video!
    I adopted my maltipoo, Kelli 5 months ago and she suffers from petit mal seizures which would come on every 3-4 weeks. I took her to the vet and they wanted to put her on phenobarbital. When the vet told me the possible side effects and the risk involved with dosing or altering the dose even slightly, it scared the crap out of me. My vet advised that there are also natural, alternative treatments that can be used if the phenobarbital started to have adverse effects, so I started researching alternative treatments and learned about CBD oil. I have had her on King Kanine 75 mg CBD oil and so far, she has not had a seizure in just over 6 weeks! I am praying that this herb is the answer and that her seizures continue to become less frequent or cease altogether for that matter. I also have her on a healthy regimen in that she eats Fresh Pet Vital Grain Free and alternatively for variety, I give her Only Natural Pet dry food, which has turmeric in it. I add Wellness Core Raw Bowl Boosters to each meal (which she absolutely loves). She gets spring water every day, a powdered probiotic specifically formulated for dogs/cats and I only use stainless steel bowls for her food and water.

  6. Hello good doctor! Was hoping I’d get lucky and just maybe you’d read this and respond.
    my 20yr old cat started having random “episodes” once a month, then a week….then for nearly 2 days she had multiple hours of these episodes with them sometimes as short as 10 min apart. She was mostly still, breathing heavy, drioling profusely and wetting herself…I took her to two vets (prior to those horrible two days)…one diagnosed it as “old age” which I didn’t buy bcs up until then she was a picture of health other than being a little stiff. the other ran extensive tests and could not diagnose her – through my research, I see they are seizures. I had an inspired thought after the second day of watching her vitality being sucked from her and put her on 100% cbd oil and her seizures stopped finally!! I was then able to wash her as she was filthy…they didn’t come back for 3 days and she had something mild happen one evening and the next am but I only know bcs she hissed at nothing and was staring into no where…I understand seizures can usually only be managed and not cured so ill assume her tiny by comparison episodes are acceptable bcs she eats, drinks, wants love and does her best to use the litter but has trouble walking as in she won’t more than a few feet – if that – and her butt is kinda curved down…tail almost dragging. When I pet her, she shoots her butt in the air/acts normal…and when I lift her up by her chest with her back legs still on the floor and massage/touch her everywhere down her legs and back and belly and she shows no signs of pain…when she’s laying, she used to favor her right side but now thankfully she switches her back hips from side to side…figure it’s good that she’s not out of balance at least…she stretches her legs out when she’s laying down and acts normal…twitches her tail…I’m really hoping she’s just sore from the unceasing seizures and just needs time to recover…that this body language isn’t anything to worry about? Maybe you can suggest a period of Time I could let go by before taking her in to the vet as I think it’ll just be more Of the same (no answers, just bills). I did point these things out to the vet but they weren’t really concerned…ps I wish I had seen Your vids reg toxic flea meds, seizures and cbd before all this 😔
    Thank you for your consideration

  7. My veterinarian said they is no positive research, and ignored me when I asked about CBD. My dog got a rabies shot in August, 8 days later he started having seizures. He had 3 the other day about 5 hrs apart. They said there isn't much I can do. I'm ready to try anything, I can't just sit here and watch him suffer, feeling like the most useless dog mommy.

  8. My cat has been having seizures for about 3 years, I think it may be linked to her kidney issues which I've managed to control and slow down with homemade chicken soup carcass recipe and then putting the most trusted CBD oil in the ramekin dish. She responded well to one type but I am now unable to get it anymore. It lessened her seizures from 1 a day to 1 every few weeks and then 1 a month. In the past few months since not being able to to buy this particular oil anymore she is having 2 per day and it's really upset the whole family as she's such a sweet loving animal, fallen down the stairs off the bannisters from great heights, out the kitchen window onto the bonnet of the car. We're talking many a time she has fallen, I mean how do you stop a cat going up high. It's natural. This Cbd oil just isn't working now and I have been a HUGE pusher of it over the last 3 years. I have just bought some valerian to try as I'm desperate now. Don't want to lose her just yet. She's nearly 15 but animals are well looked after. I refuse to medicate with big pharmas products. I'd sooner put her down than expose her to that rubbish. It's a shame because for years I really really thought cbd was the saviour and time is of the essence so could keep trying different oils but nothing has worked like this one I once got from someone I knew who has funnily enough been headhunted by the BMA for aiding and even curing peoples cancer. Shame, he was a genuine guy doing good in the world.

  9. Omg…you gave me hope and peace. My 11 years old pit bull Chubby got diagnosed with a mast cell tumor: cancer. Im heartbroken but dont want him to have chemotherapy…Im exploring the different options and you channel gave me tons of useful info and most important hope. I know he will not be cancer free but I want to keep his quality of live. Thanks!

  10. You rock! Thank you so much! My puppy is 3 and half months old and just had her first seizure with us last night. We were scared, freaked and tried calling every pet emergency place but we didn't have enough money and they refused to help. This gives me hope. We're in Colorado so thanks to you I'm reminded of an option I'm willing to try and can afford. thank you again!

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