This oil is made from non-GMO hemp plants, grown on an organic farm in Colorado. Checking out the lab report, we can see that it’s a legitimate full spectrum product, but it’s also pretty low on complementary cannabinoids.
In full spectrum oils, we look for a rich profile of cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenes, beyond the primary CBD. This is because a good supporting cast of other cannabis extracts produces an entourage effect, where the potency of the oil is increased without increasing the actual CBD content.
Unfortunately for CBDPet’s oil, all other compounds only register at race levels, meaning that this product is unlikely to be significantly more effective than often cheaper broad spectrum or isolate products.
On the plus side, CBDPet uses a CO2 extraction process to draw out CBD from their hemp plants, which is considered the premier method of production across the industry. Using pressurized CO2 as opposed to alcohols or other solvents increases the purity of the extraction and ensures that no harsh chemicals make it into the final product. It’s also better for the environment.
Each half-dropper of CBDPet’s oil contains 3.3 mg of CBD, which, when calculated according to the different size options offered, gives a cost per mg of:
- $0.25 for the 100mg bottle
- $0.23 for the 300mg bottle, and
- $0.20 for the 600mg bottle.
Interestingly, CBDPet classifies the different sizes by month, suggesting that they expect all owners to use a similar dosage schedule, no matter their dogs size or need. This isn’t our experience, as we tend to find that bottle size/concentrations are more relevant to the weight of your pup. Here’s our dosage guide for more info on how much CBD you should be giving your dog.