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    Frequent questions

    We are often asked questions about medical cannabis treatments for pets, so we have created this list of frequently asked questions to answer some of your queries. If you do not find the answers to your questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

    No, pets will not get any high feeling from using medical cannabis, as these treatments are mainly based on CBD, which is the no-psychoactive compound, with which pets will not get high.
    No, and it is important to do not administer or permit him to eat any cannabis plant. Animals are very sensitive to THC, contained into cannabis plants, and it can really harm him, instead of helping. In some cases, pets died due to the ingestion of plants or foods containing cannabis. Cannabinoids therapies are mainly based on CBD oil, with THC free.
    In order to be safe, it must be evaluated by a veterinarian specialised in cannabinoids and have a proper dosage for each animal. Although these therapies are mainly based on CBD, which is a safe cannabinoid, it is necessary to take care of the amount that is administered and monitor its state.
    Even if there exist extraction methods to obtain cannabinoids, the main object of a cannabinoid therapy is to receive a stable administration. This can be obtained using oils with the same cannabinoids concentration, taking care that it does not contain heavy metals and pesticides, typical of an artisanal manufacture.
    Write to us by email or through the form within the contact page, and describe your pet’s case. We will answer you and request you some documents and studies necessaries, in order to use cannabinoids in that specific case.
    At the moment, the cannabinoid consultation is being offered remotely. Though, if we consider it is convenient to have a visit in person, we will inform you after analyzing the case.
    During an emergency, time is of the essence and it is best to go quickly to the vet, who treats your pet, or the nearest veterinarian. Although cannabinoids, such as CBD, are not toxic, there may always be the possibility for an animal to have an allergic reaction to one of the components.
    When you go to the veterinarian, explain to him what exactly you have administered and in what dosage or what your pet has ingested, so that the vet can have a clear idea about what is generating that reaction.
    CBD is mainly administered orally in pets. Depending on the type of treatment required, we will advise about how to administer it. In some cases, it can also be used in form of a suppository, if the case warrants.

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