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Until recently, due to federal laws in the United States, studying cannabis and its natural compounds has been a challenge for Veterinarians and Clinical Researchers. With the recent passage of the 2018 US Farm Bill, Hemp (the other form of cannabis that is not marijuana) has been rescheduled. This now opens up the door, making it easier to perform clinical research in to the benefits and efficacy of hemp and its extracts like CBD.

There is a lot of information and misinformation out there about Hemp, Marijuana, CBD and so forth. We would like to offer resources and links to clinical studies that can help you better understand the uses of Hemp and its natural compounds, as well as dispel any misconceptions surrounding Hemp,  and discuss the difference between Hemp and its counterpart -Marijuana.

Below you will find links to some clinical research that has been conducted so far, along with expert opinion, and insightful journal & magazine articles. With the flood of information out there, we also are happy to provide links to the Farm bill and other important regulations pertaining to Cannabis. And of course, you can always reach out to us if you have any questions or can't find the information you are looking for!

Clinical Studies

Journal & Magazine Articles


CBD & Dogs: A Primer (Part 1)​

CBD & Dogs: A Primer (Part 2)


The Bark offers easy to read, information packed articles for both Pet Owner and Vets alike! The above articles do a great job of offering an overview of CBD, the potential uses of it, the legality of it, and what to look for when selecting a product.


Cannabidiol: A new option for pets in pain?  By Michael Petty, DVM,  CVPP, CVMA, CCRT, CAAPM

Cat got your tongue when it comes to cannabis?  By Andrew Rollo, DVM

DVM360 Magazine is one of the go to veterinary profession’s print resource for news, products, tools and practice solutions. DVM360 delivers relevant coverage, while meeting the everyday clinical needs of small animal and equine veterinarians alike.


Cannabis Research for Veterinary Patients Advancing, Cautiously

Cannabis Use and Pets (for Vets)

American Veterinary Medical Association, AVMA, is a great resource for Veterinarians looking for the most current information in research, news, business, legislation, events and more. The AVMA Newsletter also contains information both Vets and Pet Owners may find useful.

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