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    Hi all, my dog's just been diagnosed with bladder cancer. According to the vet all we can do is keep her happy as long as she's comfortable.
    I'm not expecting any miracles, but I've ordered some cbd oil from the state's for her. Has anyone tried it?

    I also read that a bit of thc with the cbd acts in conjunction with it and helps the fight. Any truth to that? Should I dab a touch of canna butter on a treat for her when she takes the oil?

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    Really sorry to hear that! Heart breaking.

    They have an endocannabinoid system like us, so I don't see how they would not be influenced. The ratios and strength may be different though. Good luck.
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    Going to be difficult to dose it right but you have to try it. Sorry to hear the bad news mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silkadin View Post
    Hi all, my dog's just been diagnosed with bladder cancer. According to the vet all we can do is keep her happy as long as she's comfortable.
    I'm not expecting any miracles, but I've ordered some cbd oil from the state's for her. Has anyone tried it?

    I also read that a bit of thc with the cbd acts in conjunction with it and helps the fight. Any truth to that? Should I dab a touch of canna butter on a treat for her when she takes the oil?
    Hi mate sorry to hear your news,I?m a big dog lover,I have 2 staffies one is 4 the other is 14,the older ones not got long left and his back legs are going,I?ve been taking oil for my arthritis for a few years and it really helps me,so Ive started giving him a few drops of cbd a day to try and help him with his pain and it does help him or so it seems,shop bought cbd contains very little thc that your dog would need to fight cancer in conjunction with the cbd,I would say give him the cbd as this cant do him any harm,but if your gonna start giving him thc oil you need to build up his tolerence so only give him a tiny tiny amount every day for weeks until he get used to it.
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    Sorry to hear the bad news. I give my dogs my regular high CBD high THC oil all the time. I use it for all ailments and it always helps with healing. My cats as well. I believe that dogs and cats are a lot more open to the healing properties of cannabinoids than we are.

    I had a cancerous tumor removed from my dogs foot. The doctors said it would be back in a year or less if I did not radiate. I applied the THC cbd oil with dmso topically for about 6 months and give her a small dose of oil every few days. The surgery was June 2016 and so far the cancer has not returned.

    With all of my dogs I have seen the same results. If they dont need it they vomit it out at any dose. If they need it they do not vomit they just get stonned and go to sleep. If you give too much they will vomit it out. Sometimes high doses make them leak a bit of pee while they sleep.

    I hope the oil helps. If you have hash you can decarb it at 250f for 90 minutes and feed to the dog.

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    Sorry to hear about your dog. Best of luck, and hope he or she gets to felling better. I have taken the CBD oils, not much THC in them at all, but they do have a relaxing way to them.

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    Sorry for your bad news, dude

    CBD oil has been great for my 3 dogs. They've been taking it for about 2 years now. One drop in the morning and one at night. You could have got it from the UK, there are a few reputable suppliers now. Just be careful with THC oil, if you decide to try that route too, dogs have a much lower tolerance than humans, something like 7 times lower, if I remember correctly.
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    Thanks for all the responses folks, some positive feedback.
    The oil ordered is from kings kanine so it's formulated for pooches. I've only got northern lights herb and butter and as edibles don't have an effect on me the butters going to waste. A teaspoon is what I'd consider a dose of that to be for a human. I'll literally just give her a small pea size bit on a dog biscuit. The cbd oil should tell me the recommended dose for that on the bottle I expect.

    Again, thanks for all the kind words and advice, it's much appreciated by my wife and I.

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    She's a she btw... Leila

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silkadin View Post
    Thanks for all the responses folks, some positive feedback.
    The oil ordered is from kings kanine so it's formulated for pooches. I've only got northern lights herb and butter and as edibles don't have an effect on me the butters going to waste. A teaspoon is what I'd consider a dose of that to be for a human. I'll literally just give her a small pea size bit on a dog biscuit. The cbd oil should tell me the recommended dose for that on the bottle I expect.

    Again, thanks for all the kind words and advice, it's much appreciated by my wife and I.
    Yeah man just a small bit till she can handle it then as much as you can get in her,as for cbd dosage the btl I get is 6500mg and the dose for a human is 3 drops 3 x a day,hope this helps.

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    Sorry to hear that mate

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    Really sad! but yeah! as per my knowledge and analysis, CBD will be a best cure for cancer not only in human but also for dogs. I think your dog will recover soon with that. Hope for the best

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    It's been about 5 months and I've had her on about 5mg of cbd oil twice a day, a capsule of turmeric with her mornig g meal, plus a peas worth of canna butter daily... if that. She's somewhat aggressive with some men... She's a rescue so always has been, but I'm sure it's gotten worse which could be a bad sign. But she's still doing her business like any other dog, instead of the phantom wees and painful straining that she had prior to using the cbd.
    If she's still doing well in the summer I may get another scan to see if it's had any physical success.
    I have a stress killer CBD which is close to being done. It's high in cbd with 10% thc so I may try to make some oil or edibles with half of that. Just need to work out of that's a good ratio. I've read the cbd helps to counteract the high which I'm banking on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silkadin View Post
    It's been about 5 months and I've had her on about 5mg of cbd oil twice a day, a capsule of turmeric with her mornig g meal, plus a peas worth of canna butter daily... if that. She's somewhat aggressive with some men... She's a rescue so always has been, but I'm sure it's gotten worse which could be a bad sign. But she's still doing her business like any other dog, instead of the phantom wees and painful straining that she had prior to using the cbd.
    If she's still doing well in the summer I may get another scan to see if it's had any physical success.
    I have a stress killer CBD which is close to being done. It's high in cbd with 10% thc so I may try to make some oil or edibles with half of that. Just need to work out of that's a good ratio. I've read the cbd helps to counteract the high which I'm banking on.
    Yeah man sounds like a plan,if it was me I wouldn’t decarb the bud before you make oil from it,if you don’t decarb there will be loads of THCA What is not physco active and has more anti inflammatory properties..

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    Only just seen this Silk, really sorry to hear about Leila's illness man, but it's good to hear that the cbd is helping, even if it turns out it's only palliative. Sometimes the dogs in our lives mean more than a lot of the people in our lives.

    You probably know this anyway but aggression tends to follow any kind of discomfort in dogs, it can be a lashing out due to feeling vulnerable sort of thing. It's certainly not a *good* sign but it might not be a serious concern as long as it's under control.

    Only advice I can give mate (not going to weigh in on the technical/medical stuff since there's way more knowledgeable people on here) is just to spend as much time with her as you can whenever you can, illness or not their lives are a lot shorter than ours and when they're gone the only thing left to do is wonder if you could have done more to make them feel loved. If you've still got time to make memories, make good ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benson123 View Post
    Yeah man sounds like a plan,if it was me I wouldn’t decarb the bud before you make oil from it,if you don’t decarb there will be loads of THCA What is not physco active and has more anti inflammatory properties..
    Good to know man, thanks. I've studied up on it all and forgotten most of it... but that was a long time ago... long term memory should kick in soon I hope

    In the meantime, comments like yours are invaluable so cheers dude

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silkadin View Post
    Good to know man, thanks. I've studied up on it all and forgotten most of it... but that was a long time ago... long term memory should kick in soon I hope

    In the meantime, comments like yours are invaluable so cheers dude
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    Quote Originally Posted by thelastrebel View Post
    Only just seen this Silk, really sorry to hear about Leila's illness man, but it's good to hear that the cbd is helping, even if it turns out it's only palliative. Sometimes the dogs in our lives mean more than a lot of the people in our lives.

    You probably know this anyway but aggression tends to follow any kind of discomfort in dogs, it can be a lashing out due to feeling vulnerable sort of thing. It's certainly not a *good* sign but it might not be a serious concern as long as it's under control.

    Only advice I can give mate (not going to weigh in on the technical/medical stuff since there's way more knowledgeable people on here) is just to spend as much time with her as you can whenever you can, illness or not their lives are a lot shorter than ours and when they're gone the only thing left to do is wonder if you could have done more to make them feel loved. If you've still got time to make memories, make good ones.
    An absolute heartfelt post mate and I couldn't agree with you more..I know I personally have a very strong bond with my dog, a bond so strong..I never really expected it. Such wise words in one post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    An absolute heartfelt post mate and I couldn't agree with you more..I know I personally have a very strong bond with my dog, a bond so strong..I never really expected it. Such wise words in one post.
    I had to go hug my dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sourshoes View Post
    I had to go hug my dog.

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    I wish I could mine mate, lost her 7 years ago and still shed a tear or two every so often when talking about em!

    So many wonderful memories though, that's what you have to always focus on.

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