CBD For Your Teething Puppy

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Did you just get a brand spanking new puppy? They are so cute and adorable and happen to have their mouth on everything around them. This is their way of exploring the world, keeping their jaw and teeth strong, and also helping to relieve pain from incoming teeth. Did you know that you can use CBD to help with your puppy’s teething pain?

Cannabidiol (CBD) interacts with the endocannabinoid system, which your puppy has! CBD hemp oil has shown that it has the ability to help reduce inflammation and sensitivity to pain, which may be able to help your puppy as they are growing in their first set of chompers.

How It Works

When the teeth are coming in, just like with human babies, it is a painful experience. After all, gums don’t have holes until the teeth burst through and make them. This can cause inflammation in the gums, which just adds to the pain. This is where CBD oil comes in.

Inflammation is caused by immune cells going to an affected area and attacking anything that could be harmful to the body. The immune cells go through the blood, causing an increase in pressure which can cause swelling and warmth. This process also stimulates nerves which can cause the pain.

When you use cannabidiol, the endocannabinoid 2-AG is elevated. This endocannabinoid binds to the CB2 cannabinoid receptor, helping to control how many attacker immune cells are sent to the location. By elevating this endocannabinoid, CBD has shown to help reduce the inflammation, which can help with the pain. But that’s not all.

CBD hemp oil also elevates an endocannabinoid called anandamide. This endocannabinoid binds to the CB1 receptor which helps to mediate neurological functions. These functions are things like their sleep cycle, appetite, mood, and sensitivity to pain. By elevating anandamide, CBD oil has shown that it has the capability to make pain less severe.

Your Dog Will Still Chew

CBD oil isn’t going to make your puppy stop chewing on everything; it Is just supposed to ease their pain. They may chew less because they aren’t trying to relieve that pain, but chewing things is how they get a sense of their world.

You should still have plenty of toys for them to play with to encourage them to put toys in their mouth and not your favorite shoes. If they are chewing on things that you don’t want to be chewed, there are a few things you can do to deter it.

You can make the toys more exciting by only bringing out one at a time. They can go to town on a rope or bone without the distraction of other fun things to play with. Once they are bored with that toy, switch it up! This new and exciting thing can keep them busy.

If they are ignoring their toy and find the remote to be more appealing, you can spray items around your house with something edible and bitter to make it less appealing. There are plenty of sprays that you can choose from that can help you train your puppy to learn what is okay to chew and what isn’t.

Getting a puppy is such a fun adventure, but it can be troublesome at times. Try to be patients and continue your training, so they know for sure what is allowed and what is not.

 

Have you used CBD oil for your puppy’s teething? We would love to hear all about it in the comment section below!

 

Sarah Potts

Sarah Potts has been writing about the wonderful benefits of cannabis for CBD Instead since 2017. Medical cannabis has changed her life and her goal is to show others how it might help them as well.

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