The Best CBD Oil for Your Dog

About two months ago I noticed my one year old dachshund, Lulu, was not putting much weight on her right hind leg. Not thinking much of it other than an injury she got while playing with her brother, Moose, I let it go. The next day she seemed to be somewhat back to normal but was still limping for a good week, so we took her to the vet. We were shocked to hear that she has hip dysplasia and will need surgery. I was given an anti inflammatory while waiting for a consultation with a surgeon, which could take weeks.

The anti inflammatory prescribed seemed to only work for a few hours and she was left with discomfort for the remainder of the day. While searching the internet and reading Facebook posts for all-natural alternatives, I came across CBD oil.

Honestly, my first thought was “why would I want my dog intoxicated, sleeping all the time (any more than she already does!) and lethargic,” basically all the stereotypical side effects when you think THC (or Marijuana).

I am sure while perusing the internet you have come across CBD oil. You may even have a friend or neighbor who uses it, raving about the relief they get when they take it. You may even be interested in it for yourself or maybe even dismiss it altogether as “just a new fad.” But I am here to tell you that it works. As a matter of fact it works so well that I contacted the company where I bought mine and asked if we had anything to offer to any new potential users of this life-saving oil. They gave me a coupon code for 10% off your purchase at, just simply add Lulu10 at checkout and look for their formula specifically designed just for animals called “Pedigree.”

CBD oil is derived from hemp oil, so it contains trace amounts (if any at all) of THC. I can assure you that your dog will not be high or lethargic. They won’t be looking for munchies any more than they already do and they won’t be sleeping any more than they already do. It is completely safe and non-toxic and since Lulu has started taking the CBD oil I haven’t noticed any side effects whatsoever. It works so well that I have to force her to rest because she is running and jumping around as she normally would. She no longer whimpers on the couch or prefers to be carried outside, she is back to being Lulu with little to no restraint. is a company I trust when giving my dog CBD oil. They have the purest form I can find on the market using MCT oil, a CBD dominant hemp extract grown organically by them directly so nothing is out sourced. Their grade is the same as medical marijuana but since their THC levels are so low it is legally considered hemp making it safe to purchase in all 50 states.

They amount you use is so minimal that although the cost may seem steep (at $40 a bottle), it will last you a long time. Lulu gets two tiny drops every morning in her food. Is there really a price to managing your dog’s discomforts and pains or wanting to keep them happy and healthy while they continue to bring us joy and unconditional love?

Sure if you look online you will find CBD oil cheaper on the market, but how pure is it? What kind of hemp oil are you giving your dog? If it is cheap, ask yourself why it is so cheap. Every product on the market has its competitions, trying to seal the deal with cheaper prices preying on emotions and vulnerabilities. But, rest assured, that when you can get a bottle from 4cornerscannabis you are getting the purest form around, making quality over quantity (or price) a complete deal breaker.

So whether it is for a senior dog, an injured dog or post-surgery pain relief, CBD oil is the way to go. It is an all-natural plant based product that will meet your satisfaction 100%.

Where can I buy CBD Oil?

Check out to grab your Pedigree CDB Oil and make sure to use the coupon code Lulu10 at checkout for 10% off your order.

2 thoughts on “The Best CBD Oil for Your Dog

  1. I like your website immensely, it’s all about the love of our dogs. I never realised you could give CBD as it’s called to dogs for pain management, good idea, although some others may not think so. I love dogs/animal in general and I was thinking about making my website about animals not just dogs (a niche) but I thought maybe too many people are doing the same. Anyway good luck to you and to your success.

    Take Care


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