I have a friend who gave CBD to his dog. It is a hound mix that started exhibiting some odd behaviors after they had a new baby. This dog was always standoffish, but not overly nervous around dogs or people, it just showed no interest in any contact with them, and whenever I saw it, it was always right near its owner. After they had their baby, the dog started snapping at their other dog, acting more nervous in general, and resource guarding.
Within 3 days of starting CBD the dog was transformed! He stopped his resource guarding, started playing with other dogs and greeting people, and just seemed so much more relaxed and at ease! Yesterday I saw the dog and it avoided me, clinging once again near its owner. I joked that it must be off its CBD, and sure enough the owner indicated that he had been throttling back the dosage to find the dog's minimum threshold for it...again, it was like night and day with this particular dog. But he's the only dog that I know personally in his before and after stages. For him CBD is really a Godsend!
a friend of mine is using it on a senior with a herniated disc. It's amazing the difference it made over the summer.
Another friend uses it for a senior with arthritis in her back. She says it is making a difference.
If you have questions about any of her writeup you can try PM'ing her, she's been on quite the journey with one of her dogs, and she does a thorough job looking into the science behind buzzwords and trends.
I had a German Shepherd mix with arthritis, I ordered CBD dog treats for him and noticed a difference in him. Whether it helped with pain, inflammation, or both I noticed his mobility became better. About 2 months after I started using them for his arthritis we found out he had bone cancer, eventually the pain from that was too much so we added on nerve blockers, pain medicine, and an anti inflammatory. I kept giving him the CBD treats, even though with his cancer I could no longer tell if the CBD was actually helping I knew it had before. I figured it was worth the money if it helped in any way at all. Whether it was pain, delaying the spread of the cancer, or his mental state. It was worth every bit of the money. I have since recommended it to others going through similar situations. I miss my dog so much. But, I am thankful that there was a point where he could enjoy a treat he loved and feel better.