Truly a man’s best friend and worst enemy. These cute little brutes have this undeniable charm to them that makes every owner want to give them a warm embrace – or a real beating. Well, what can I say? Doggos are real sweethearts but they can take their fun to a whole different level.
At first, getting a new pet will seem real exciting. You think of all the fun you’ll have together – walks in the park, cute Instagram shots, and mini Frisbee matches don’t sound half bad, after all. On the first few days, you’ll think that you’re having the best time of your life. It’s as if you’ve finally met your soulmate. A few potty slips and pee accidents are all part of the gig and you don’t mind cleaning up after the mess at all. This is what I like to call the “honeymoon stage.”
After a while, things will start feeling redundant. Sure, you still enjoy taking relaxing walks at the park. Early morning coffee and newspaper time still feels heartwarming with little Spike riding on your lap. But the less-than-happy shenanigans start to feel a little bit annoying. Suddenly, a pee accident makes you want to rip your hair off. Poop starts to fall like atomic bombs on the floor. And finally, the ultimate test of patience enters your life: The tip of your shoe has been gnawed off like the foot of a hyena.
That’s when you blow.
Getting a pet may seem like fun and games at the beginning but it’s a pretty heavy responsibility. It’s like adopting a human child – only this time, it has an appetite for your favourite sneakers. But despite dogs’ rambunctious and oftentimes obnoxious behaviour, you can’t help but love them. No, it is your responsibility to love them and care for them. After all, they never asked to be a part of your life, you did that to yourself. They are thankful, though – thankful to have finally found a human just for them.
Dogs may just be a part of our lives but to them, we are their lives. And I hope that we give justice to the loyalty and affection they undyingly show us – even if they do have these peculiar ways of showing it!
Anyway, if you really care about your dog, the first thing you need to worry about is his health. Are you sure that your little furry friend is in tip top shape?
If not, or if you think what you’re doing still isn’t enough, then I have a little suggestion for you: Try CBD Oil.
What’s CBD Oil?
This may sound like a new (and probably shady) product to you but trust me, as a dog owner myself I can attest to the effectivity of this revolutionary product.
As you all may have already guessed, CBD stands for Cannabidiol – a substance derived from the Cannabis plant. But wait, don’t back away right after you hear the word Cannabis! I know that many of you have bad associations when it comes to marijuana but trust me, not everything that comes from this controversial plant is evil.
Cannabidiol is a healthy cannabinoid that has been tested and proven to have a number of promising health benefits. It’s an effective stress and pain reliever and often helps cure serious inflammations in both humans and animals. It has even been studied to have anti-cancer properties. The revolutionary studies on CBD have led to its legalization in many states and countries.
Fortunately, CBD products have been developed for animal-use too. This is what we commonly refer to as Cannabis Supplements For Pets.
If your dog has been suffering from chronic pain or muscle inflammations, CBD oil can help them achieve better health faster! Of course, you can’t just have your dog chug down an entire bottle so it is important that you learn proper use and application of CBD oil before you actually have your pet take it. CBD is herbal so it has little to no side effects. It’s definitely a safer medical alternative to OTC drugs. If you don’t want to take my word for it, ask a local professional. Better yet, ask your pet vet about it today!