Shared Blog Post – NASC Announced Successful Tolerability Study of Cannabidiol Products in Health Dogs

< Updated 25JUN23 >

“The National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) has shared positive results from a recently completed study that has been submitted for peer review showing the tolerability of broad spectrum cannabidiol (CBD), broad spectrum CBD with cannabigerol (CBG) and broad-spectrum CBD with cannabidiolic acid (CBDA) in healthy male and female dogs when given a daily dose for 90 consecutive days.”

“Consumer trends are showing growth not only towards supplements for their own food and nutrition, but towards their pet’s overall health as well. Pet owners are increasingly turning to cannabidiol (CBD) products to help support and maintain their furry family members’ quality of life and these products have been shown to have a variety of benefits.”

Based on the data available it was the conclusion of the authors that these substances do not pose significant risk to dogs in long-term use.”

NASC Announces Successful Tolerability Study of Cannabidiol Products in Healthy Dogs

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Don Hanson lives in Bangor, Maine, where he is the co-owner of the Green Acres Kennel Shop ( and the founder of, an online educational resource for people with dogs and cats. He is a Professional Canine Behavior Consultant (PCBC-A) accredited by the Pet Professional Accreditation Board (PPAB) and a Bach Foundation Registered Animal Practitioner (BFRAP). Don is a member of the Pet Professional Guild (PPG), serving on the Board of Directors and Steering Committee and chairing the Advocacy Division. He is also a founding director of Pet Advocacy International (PIAI). In addition, Don produces and co-hosts The Woof Meow Show podcast, available at, the Apple Podcast app, and this blog. The opinions in this article are those of Don Hanson.

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