CBD Dog Treats

Original price was: $23.10.Current price is: $21.95.

Raise the ruff!  Our Dog Treats are the perfect bite-sized CBD solution for your puppy (or cat!).  Just like with humans, evidence suggests that CBD may help alleviate a number of issues with our furry friends.  From calming anxiety to providing your pet relief from joint pain, inflammation and even seizures. Choose our CBD Dog Treats 250MG – Beef Liver today, or bundle up and save with our Paw-some Pack.

Each bag contains 250MG of hemp-extracted CBD (about 4-6MG per treat).  See below for detailed product information and dosing.


How many CBD treats should dogs take?

Refer to this CBD treat dosage chart for pets for suggested dosing for your dog, cat, or other pet but always consult with your vet for professional guidance.

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Why CBD treats for dogs (or cats)? 

Why pet peeve when you can pet please?  Your pup deserves the best CBD dog treats, and that’s why as pet parents ourselves we’ve developed these best-selling snacks for dogs.  We use natural, pet-grade ingredients in all of our pet products, including edibles for dogs and cats.  Because we only use broad spectrum or isolate CBD extracts in our pet products (more info on that here), your furry friends will have no trouble consuming our THC-free CBD products for pets, which are specifically formulated to include hemp oil for dogs and cats.

How Many CBD Treats Should Dogs Take?

When calculating the CBD treats for a dog, the dosage varies. Owners may require some experimentation with the dosage depending on the severity of the situation. Experts recommend beginning with 2mg/10 lbs of body weight as a baseline and working upwards in multiple doses if the dog is still experiencing pain. 

Things to Consider Before Giving CBD Treats to Your Dogs

Owners must consider their dog’s weight before giving them CBD oil. Experts recommend delivering 0.2 mg for every pound of weight. Owners can check the packet containing the treats to view how much oil it has, then feed them accordingly. 

Regarding the frequency, it can be given once for mild-moderate anxiety. For more severe problems like joint pain or arthritis, you can increase the dosage. Begin with providing it twice a day, and if they are still in pain, graduate to three times daily, gradually increasing the dosage. 

Benefits of CBD treats for dogs

Animals suffer the same ailments and discomforts as humans, from separation anxiety to inflammation and chronic pain resulting from arthritis and more.  Evidence suggests that CBD for pets may help alleviate these symptoms so your dog or cat can live a healthier, fuller life.

This is primarily due to the fact that as all vertebrate animals (including your dog or cat) have an endocannabinoid system (ECS) just like humans, they will respond to CBD and other helpful cannabinoids the same way we do.  You can read more about this here

CBD’s potential resides in its interaction with the dog’s endocannabinoid system. Some of the possibilities include the following:

Stress and Anxiety

Some dogs experience anxiety when their owners leave, routine changes, and loud noises. CBD may help by providing a calming effect to make the situation manageable.


Some owners state CBD assists with epileptic seizures. However, science has not confirmed this theory. 

Joint Pain and Arthritis 

CBD contains an anti-inflammatory which may help pets manage arthritis, injuries, and joint pain. It helps them become more comfortable.

How to give CBD Dog Treats to your pet

You can use our CBD treats for pets the same way as your non-CBD treats.  For dosage guidance, refer to the dosage table above or the back of the package.  If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us via live chat or email, and always consult with a veterinary professional before using CBD products with your animal.

What is the difference between CBD treats and CBD oil? 

Our CBD Oil for Pets contains the same simple, natural ingredients similar to our treats.  The key difference is the format and method by which the hemp-extracted CBD is being delivered, as well as the amount.  Because the oils tend to have higher concentrations of CBD per serving (e.g. a single treat vs. 1ml of oil), our CBD Oil for Pets may be better suited for more severe ailments, or if you have a larger animal.  In terms of delivery method, the treats may be an easier and more convenient way to provide CBD for your pet, versus the oil which you may have to drop into your pet’s water, food, or directly into the mouth.  You can find more information on our CBD Oil for Pets here.

For the ultimate combo in CBD for pets that your dog or cat will paws-itively love (and your wallet), try our Paw-some Pack – a discounted bundle of our CBD Dog Treats and any CBD Oil for Pets of your choice.



  • Beef Liver: hemp-extracted CBD (cannabidiol), MCT (medium-chain triglyceride) oil

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You can use our CBD treats for pets the same way as your non-CBD treats.  For dosage guidance, refer to the dosage table above or the back of the package.  Dosage can vary based on animal weight and severity of any condition.  

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us via live chat or email, and always consult with a veterinary professional before using CBD products with your animal.

Store in a cool, dry place for optimal shelf life.  Always have fresh water available.


Information and products presented by resolveCBD are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or ailment, nor is it intended to be a substitute or alternative for professional medical advice. Always consult with a licensed professional regarding medical treatment or possible interactions with prescribed drugs. Products are intended to be used as directed, by individuals who are 19 years of age or older.

Frequently Asked Questions

While there are exceptions to every rule, cannabidiol (CBD) doesn’t interact with receptors in the brainstem, or areas controlling respiration. This means that lethal overdoses from industrial-grade hemp derived CBD extracts, are statistically nil.

Since CBD is bi-phasic your furry friend can only absorb so much CBD, so giving them too much will be a waste. Side effects in dogs may be feeling sluggish, sleepy, or nauseous.

So while too much CBD isn’t going to hurt your pet in the same way that too many painkillers might, it’s important to start low, go slowly when increasing your dose, and work up to a CBD dosage that most benefits your pet’s quality of life.

Still curious? View our full FAQ here.