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Kratom and pets 5 months 1 week 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 5 months 1 week 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 5 months 1 week ago #47774

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Kratom and pets 5 months 1 week 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 5 months 1 week 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
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Kratom and pets 5 months 1 week ago #47757

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Great Question but I have no idea..lol
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Kratom and pets 5 months 1 week 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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