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The National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) has announced a pioneering safety study exploring the use of CBD products for healthy dogs, recently showcased in Frontiers in Veterinary Science.

This groundbreaking study, the first of its kind, examined the effects of various cannabinoids on dogs over a 90-day duration, followed by a 14-day recovery phase. The results indicate that CBD products are well-tolerated by dogs at a dosage of 5mg/kg of body weight per day, with no notable risks observed during prolonged use.

Bill Bookout, President of NASC, emphasized the significance of these findings, stating, "These data demonstrate that different cannabinoids are safe for long-term use in healthy dogs." The study's comprehensive approach integrated a decade's worth of post-market surveillance data from the NASC Adverse Event Reporting Database (NAERS®), making it one of the most extensive studies of its kind.

For those interested in exploring the study further, the complete publication is available for review here: https://www.nasc.cc/news/national-animal-supplement-council-announces-publication-of-landmark-safety-study-of-cannabidiol-products-in-healthy-dogs

 

This significant milestone underscores NASC's dedication to promoting the health and well-being of companion animals while upholding industry integrity.

To learn more about NASC and its initiatives, please visit NASC's website: www.nasc.cc

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