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Consumer Lab (consumerlab.com) recently did independent lab testing and issued a report on a small number of CBD products, including two pet products and maybe five or so human products. However, it lives behind a paywall.



I think they may still offer a free trial though, so you might consider signing up to view it, and maybe canceling if you don't want to pay for membership -- though I do find membership is worth having, for both dog and human supplements. It took me a while to decide it was worth paying for, by I find myself reviewing their back-catalog of product tests pretty regularly. Since the US FDA doesn't regulate supplements, and many are either adulterated or don't contain what the label says, it's nice to get third-party verification as to what's in them!


The only bummer about them is that they allow companies whose products fail to pay to remove that information. So if a product isn't there, you don't know if it's because they just didn't test it, or they tested it and it failed. If it's there and passed, it actually passed -- so that's useful. I would just really like to also know the ones that failed!
 

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One person who responded thought the legal amount of THC is 3 percent. It’s actually 0.3 percent. The points made about Amazon are completely correct. Amazon does not allow CBD products on their site but you can buy hemp seed oil. This oil has lots of omegas but no CBD. It’s cheaper and that’s why. Lab reports need to be provided by the seller for their products (I do provide them on my site).





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Ok so no amazon! I think I will try the endurapet and see how that works. I also saw treats from hempworxs not sure if those are a good product or not, they also sell CBD oil for dogs, they are a bit more pricey though but I may try it if the other stuff doesn't work
Did you try the endurapet? Did it help?
 

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This discussion got me wondering about something. Are there any restrictions on showing dogs on medication (OTC or prescriptive)? I've never shown any of my dogs (breeder showed one), so I'm ignorant and curious. I know that there's a ungodly raft of drugs and supplements on the banned list when showing horses and wondered if the same/similar restrictions were in place for canines. Anybody know?
 
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