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Step 1: Convert your pup’s weight from pounds (lbs) to kilograms (kg). You can do this by dividing the weight in pounds by 2.2. Let’s start with an 40 lb dog.
40lb (division sign) 2.2 = 18 kg
Step 2: Multiply the number of milligrams (mg) in the dose by the number of kilograms (kg). If the dose is 0.2 mg/kg, you would multiply 18 kg x 0.2 mg to get 3.6 mg. I would round this up to 4 mg.
0.2 mg x 18 kg = 3.6 mg per dose, round to 4 mg per dose
Step 3: Use the concentration of the CBD product you are using to calculate the volume of oil you should administer.
You need to know how many milligrams (mg) of CBD is in each milliliter (mL) of oil.
Once you know how many milligrams of CBD are in each milliliter (ml) you can calculate the dose. This assumes the dropper holds 1 mL of liquid. For reference 1 milliliter (mL) is equal to a cc.
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