He told me I could CBD caplets and ground them into his food, or get CBD drops for his food.
From ever since I can remember, I have had cats in my home. Missy had been with me for over twelve years before she got out of the house and ran over by a motorcycle. Missy had some issues with her eyesight, and I never let her out of the house unless she was on a leash. The other day, dad showed up with some things he was going to use to install weatherstripping around my windows and doors. It wasn’t his fault because I had failed to warn him that Missy would try to escape. As he walked in the door, she darted out into the street and right under the motorcycle. Dad felt so bad that he and mom went out and bought the cutest puppy for me. I was sure they thought it was too soon to get me another cat. Two weeks after having my puppy, I came home from work early and saw him seizing. I wrapped him in a blanket and took him to the emergency veterinarian clinic. The doctor told me she was suffering from epileptic seizures. He told me I could CBD caplets and ground them into his food, or get CBD drops for his food. I went to the local CBD dispensary and told them what I needed. I was glad the veterinarian had given me a slip with the puppy’s weight. The person at the CBD dispensary was able to choose the right measurement of CBD for my puppy’s size. It thrilled me to see that his seizures were diminishing and he was feeling much better again.