Alison Ettel, MBA, has never got high for fun, but she’d like to feed your dog cannabis.
Turns out, this bud isn’t just for you.
It’s early morning, just after breakfast, and six-year-old Cayley is wide awake, eagerly anticipating her daily dose of cannabis.
More and more people are turning to marijuana for medical treatment and now some pet owners are purchasing a legal version of cannabis to give their canines some medical relief.
Cannabis-based products are being marketed to pets, but research is scanty.
Every July 4th, Augie, a 4-year-old Chihuahua mix, would go into freak-out mode.
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;
Now that 23 states have given medical marijuana the green light (with even recreational use now allowed in another four states and Washington D.C.), growing weed has become a growing business.