Alison Ettel, MBA, has never got high for fun, but she’d like to feed your dog cannabis.
There’s a renaissance happening in the world of cannabis products, due in large part to the growing trend of legalization across the country.
Turns out, this bud isn’t just for you.
Along with picnics and barbecues, the Fourth of July brings a less pleasant yearly ritual for many dog lovers: worrying about a family pooch who panics at the sound of firecrackers.
It’s early morning, just after breakfast, and six-year-old Cayley is wide awake, eagerly anticipating her daily dose of cannabis.
Michael Fasman’s 12-year-old dog, Hudson, limps from pain caused by arthritis and an amputated toe, but Fasman doesn’t want to give her painkillers because “they just knock her out.”
Cats and dogs suffering from severe pain or disease are finding relief from cannabis treatment given to them from their veterinarian.
When Lisa Mastramico needed relief for her ailing tabby, Little Kitty, she turned to an unlikely source: marijuana.
As is the case with humans, pets suffer side effects — including liver and kidney damage — from the medication they’re prescribed. But L.A. veterinarian Dr. Tim Shu says there’s a safe alternative for some of these prescriptions: medical marijuana.
With marijuana now legal in four states and the nation’s capital;