Cannabis in the human and veterinary medical field is one of the hottest topics at the moment. The benefits of medical cannabis are numerous and I am a huge proponent of responsible use in animals. I formerly served as a Scientific Advisory Member for PhytoAnimal Health and former Director of Education and Development for ElleVet Sciences. I am also the co-Founder of the Veterinary Cannabinoid Academy and consultant/research librarian for VeterinaryCannabis.org where we strive to teach veterinarians and staff about safe and appropriate use based on scientific evidence. It has become a passion of mine to continue to research safe and effective uses of plant derived products to better the lives of all animal patients. Because the data is changing so quickly, if you have questions about cannabis in animals please email. I can also provide you with the place and date for one of the many conferences I will be speaking at on the topic.
If you are a pet owner and interested in exploring cannabis therapy please schedule a consult with me via email through the contact me section at the bottom of the page. There is a charge of $35.
I am incredibly excited to announce that I, along side Liz Hughston, Dr. Katherine Kramer and Dr. James Gaynor are co-editing a textbook titled “Veterinary Cannabis Therapy”, to be published by the one and only Springer Nature! We have amassed a list of the top veterinary and human practitioners and researchers to contribute. Our goal is to collect and share the evidence in research animals and companion animals on the potential of cannabis as a legitimate therapy. We anticipate publication in late 2020, maybe early 2021. Cheers!