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Kratom and pets 2 months 1 day ago #52069

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his is why we should do research instead of assuming something will be good or bad for us or animals...

Much of the kratom research that has been done used lab animals, in some cases the animals are literally executed after the trials. They also give animals obscene doses to gauge the toxicity and I believe even in rats they couldn't find any evidence of toxicity.

Using your chocolate example it's actually the theobromine that is bad for dogs, which is mainly found in cacao. So milk chocolate that has little if any cacao will also have little if any theobromine. So only dark chocolates are really dangerous for dogs, it would be easy to make "theobromine free" chocolate treats that are safe for dogs. So if kratom was actually bad for dogs we could likewise find what exactly is bad and find ways around it.
www.animalpicturesociety.com/picture-of-pitbull-e1fe/4-148531/
But there is evidence of people giving dogs kratom with 0 issues, which is why I felt it was worth trying with my last dog before we had to put her down. And I am very glad I tried it as it gave us another 1-2 months of quality time and it clearly made her last days much more comfortable, RIP sweety.
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Kratom and pets 8 months 3 weeks ago #47784

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One of my customers buys uses it for her dog, just in smaller amounts... and puts just a bit of flax oil in with the dog food IF it looks like constipation is an issue for the dog....

my guess is if its only a little....I would add a drop or two every other day or so..

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Kratom and pets 8 months 3 weeks ago #47776

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The family dog was hurt sometime ago and I had the same question ... can kratom help ?? So I gave our pooch some small amounts of kratom and by all appearances... looked relieved and was limping less ... I truly think that it can be used to help them with some painful conditions/ injuries ...
But starting small is key ... I believe I used 1/4 tsp the first few times and one or two times after those initial doses I gave him 1/2 tsp. Remember to start small .. and consider the weight factor .... big dog.. little dog ... our dog weighs in at approx 75-80 pounds ...

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Kratom and pets 8 months 3 weeks ago #47774

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Kratom and pets 8 months 3 weeks ago #47772

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;) Seems to be a "link man" happening ;)

There are a few subjects around about using for pets. It works well for dogs(there was a dosing suggestion somewhere-if I find it I will link it here later)

Cats- most suggest not too because Kratom is a plant fiber so there might be digestion issues. Needs more investigation.
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Kratom and pets 8 months 3 weeks ago #47761

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bucky,
Here is a previous thread that discussed this.

www.ilovekratom.com/forum/kratom-discussion/2024-k...-pets?start=30#41424
My Grandkids say I’m a cuckoo head. ;)
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Kratom and pets 8 months 3 weeks ago #47757

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Great Question but I have no idea..lol
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Kratom and pets 8 months 3 weeks ago #47753

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Hi friends, just wondering if anyone knows if kratom has or can be used for our pets, Dogs ,Cats, Birds, ect, I know we can use cbd, and it has helped a lot with different issues in our pets. How about kratom? And if so how to use.
Thank you if anyone can help on this..
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