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  1. would this work on a chicken? I've been caring for a hen who started out with terrible worms I was able to save her the first time she tried to dye on me by force-feeding her till she would bounce back. she would go on over the next 10 months to have 3 more spells where she would go into prey mode and start to shut down and I would again force feed her and she would return to me. on the last time she took a turn for the worst she came out of it with force feeding but she would from that point on show signs of either vertigo or blindness I'm not sure what to call it she would no longer run to a tomato I dropped her, she would only drink and eat feed but when she did either she would take 3-4 tries at locating the bowl then when her beak would touch food she would eat it up. from here she developed seizures she has up to 10 a day when she's not in a fit shes otherwise very happy.I know my vet has told me that chickens can't have any pain meds bc it can kill them so I scared to try it without a vets approval please let me know what you think and if so how much for a 3-5lb bird.thank you for your time and all of these wonderfull videos.

  2. I have a healthy 10 year old dog. About a year ago, he started to have seizures as soon as he step into the door of the boarding kennel or at the vets office. Our vet suggested our dog visit a neurologist, which we did. They concluded that we should monitor his seizures and have an MRI taken if the seizures increase. We figured it was just stress related because this wouldn't happen any other time. We are looking for a product that calm our high energy dog before visiting the vet or the kennel.
    Will CBD oil work right before we take him to the vet or kennel or is it recommend to give him doses several days in advance?

  3. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. I just found your channel. My dog was diagnosed with epilepsy when he was 2, about 5 years ago. I'm not sure why the vet came to that conclusion since she ran no tests at the time but we put my dog on Keppra, he's been getting a dose every 8 hours ever since, and I have to take him in every 3 months for bloodwork to make sure the meds are not causing organ damage. Well I read recently that wasn't necessary because of how Keppra is metabolized. Is that true? I spend so much money on trying to keep my dogs healthy as it is, and if he doesn't need to be tested on Keppra then I need to change vets. He's never had any other problems.

    I've tried giving my dog CBD with a low THC content since I'm in California and I've got tons of options on product, but my dog acts really funny and gets clingy and kinda freaks out on it. Almost like he gets sometimes if he's about to have a seizure or even post-ictal, but he doesn't end up having one. Could that just be from the THC? Will he get used to it over time? I even tried the product myself to make sure it wasn't extremely concentrated with THC since you never know, and it hardly had any effect on me. I dont know what to think. My vet said she can't advise on that stuff and to just let her know how it works. πŸ™

    Thank you again.
    Sarah

  4. Hello Doc
    Could you do a video about how to prevent muscle loss in dogs especially in the hind quarters due to artrithis and what can be done to increase muscle loss? Since older dogs can't walk or run as long due to artrithis etc what can be done to stop the loss?
    Also do you give CBD oil for inflammation or is it for pain? Do you give CBD oil before exercise or after, does it matter?

  5. tip …stay away from Purina, especially Beneful … it caused horrible seizures and vomiting in my dog >>lawsuit claims that thousands of dogs, after consuming Beneful, either fell ill or died as a direct result of eating the food. Illnesses cited include: internal bleeding, liver failure, violent seizures, paralysis, vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss, bloat, and kidney failure.

    Check your pet food for this >> they failed to inform consumers about, mainly propylene glycol and mycotoxins.

    Also "old Roy" dog food is literally made from old roy aka euthanized dogs …euthanize drugs are being found in pets

  6. I love your videos. So helpful !!
    I was wondering if you could do one on Blastomycosis so people can be aware & not lose there dogs to Blasto.
    My dog was diagnosed with it & there’s not much info especially from a vet who I would trust more than articles on internet.
    Thank you 😊

  7. Thanks doc for the information, i gave my first dose today. My cat has been getting 22mg of phenobarbital every 12 hours. The pharmacist thought i should reduce the pheno over a few weeks as i use the CBD so as not to cause withdraws. The 4 vets here that i asked just said they do not know anything about CBD and DID NOT think it was a good idea to try it. So when people say to use CBD along with your vets advice, i guess i am on my own.

  8. Sad part is bag dog food causes a lot of these seizures and skin issues. You're one of the few veterinarians that truly understands the importance of an animal's well-being instead of pushing products out the door that someone paid you to promote. You're one of the best resources on the internet for home remedies and dogs keep up the great work

  9. Thank you Dr. Jones, great video… I have a 15 year old cat that has medical issues & is not eating, so having to feed him out of a syringe 4 X a day. I bought the FAIRWINDS CBD Companion Tincture in hopes that it will help eat & so I don't have to feed him out of a syringe. I'm having a difficult time & he's about 9 pounds or so, actually gained a little, but not near enough. Is what is listed on the bottle of CBD is, THCA-0.0, THC-20.0, CBDA-0.0, CBD-100.0, TTL 120.0 & the flavor is "Bacon", which had me concerned as there's salt in bacon, so went to the FAIRWINDS site & they say it's safe for them. But not sure IF I should buy another bottle of Pet CBD or not, so feeling so sCaReD & lOsT for my baby boy, any suggestions please?

  10. Dr Jones, u mentioned at the end of ur video (with your cat) to split the dose in two. Did u mean to say to split the 1mg a day into 1/2 mg twice a day for a total of 1mg per day? Or 1mg twice a day. From everything I've read I thought it's 1mg per 10 lbs of body weight per dose, and dosing should be twice a day 12 hrs apart.

  11. When my giant elderly Mastiff could no longer get himself up in the morning, I tried CBD. for pets! (My Best Bud products) IT REALLY HELPED! It made the difference. About 15 mins after his dose (on a cracker w/cheese) he could get up in the am, & he started acting happier, playing with toys etc

  12. Always wish i did this on a little pug i had before. spent thousands on vet bills trying to help him and nothing did shit and had to put him down because his quality of life was going quick. early brain damage and putting him down might of been prevented with a much cheaper option like cbd or even thc. R.I.P Tucker the pug

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