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Dana S.
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"I have 2 small dogs, one is a senior and has stomach issues. I use this in conjunction with the hemp soft chews. The difference I see in just my senior dog alone is day and night. She has arthritis and a sensitive stomach. This has helped with her mobility and appetite. She’s got her pep back in her step and she now looks forward to eating."

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"I gave our 2 five month old pups a bath with this and it seemed to help with their itchiness. It made their coats very soft and shiny. I will continue to use this, and can tell more later, since they are still adjusting to being bathed . They love playing in the water in their pool, but the bathtub...not so much 😂"

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"I have 3 dogs and everyone of them does not like their teeth brushed,especially my 13 year old Corgi,so just spraying this on their teeth they have no problem with me doing this and so far I have no more stinky breath & their teeth are alot cleaner."

Managing Feline Asthma Using Hemp Oil

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Managing Feline Asthma Using Hemp Oil

Posted by David Louvet on
Updated at: August 21, 2020

Managing Feline Asthma Using Hemp Oil | Innovet PetFeline asthma is a debilitating condition for cats and caretakers alike. Just like asthma in humans, asthmatic airways in the lungs are prone to swelling, inflammation, and an excessive production of mucus, which results in labored breathing that can become life-threatening when left untreated. An estimate between 1% and 5% of all cats are afflicted with feline asthma.

Symptoms of feline asthma may include open-mouth or rapid breathing, wheezing and coughing. Cats suffering from asthma may also take on a crouched posture, similar to what they look like when trying to work up a hairball. Only the most severe cases are accompanied by discoloration of that cat's lips and nose, which is a sign of oxygen deprivation and calls for immediate emergency care.

While no known cure exists for feline asthma, the condition can be managed through regular veterinary care and preventative measures. The most common treatment provided for feline asthma is the use of a corticosteroid through injection, oral tablets, or inhaler. However, long-term steroid treatments may put your cat at risk of developing side effects like Urinary Tract Infections and Cushings disease.

In light of new studies surrounding the medical benefits of Phytocannabinoid Rich (PCR) Hemp Oil for pets, some pet owners are supplementing their cat's asthma treatments with PCR Hemp oil to reduce dependency on steroid treatments. A study conducted in 2015 by Brazilian researchers suggests that PCR hemp supplements may reduce the hypersecretion of mucus in the airways, a symptom typically experienced among humans and pets suffering from asthma. Another study from 2012 cites PCR Hemp's anti-inflammatory properties as a potential treatment for lung injuries, and may also be beneficial for treating asthma-related inflammation.

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