Canadian vets lobby for expansion of medical cannabis legislation to incorporate animals
Veterinarians in Canada are campaigning for medical cannabis guidelines to include dogs and cats. And also to show their cause, users of the Canadian Association of Veterinary Cannabinoid Medicine together with Canadian Veterinary Medical Association brought dogs to Parliament Hill.
The vets are calling on MPs to complete something in regards to the omissions into the legalized regimes for cannabis.
Canada’s medical cannabis guidelines currently don’t allow vets to prescribe the drug for pets. This despite anecdotal proof and preliminary research suggesting that cannabidiol (CBD) could possibly be useful in dealing with seizures, anxiety, discomfort, joint disease, swelling, as well as other disorders in kitties and dogs, up to they are doing for humans. Continue reading