Therapeutic follow-up for CBD use

We offer follow-up visits for every therapy carried out with cannabinoids. We will study the clinical case and we will suggest an initial dosage, checking up the evolution of the case. For this reason, we suggest follow up sessions, in order to see if an adjustment in the dosage would be necessary.

Especially when other medications are also used, it is important to look for any possible interaction with cannabinoids. During the follow-up, we can analyse and adjust the prescription.

For this reason, we insist on the importance to be supported by a veterinary specialised in cannabinoids and to have a natural alternative.

“My dog was suffering from chronic pain and he was following a treatment, which left him quite off and he didn’t want to move. Then, we decided to try with cannabinoids and we actually noticed a change. In Canna Vets, they supported us from the beginning and we kept seeing how Max, our lovely pet, was improving his state, day by day.”
Marta R.
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“Cannabinoids allowed us not to have to do dope our dog when he experiences any epileptic attacks. At last, we can stay calm, knowing that we are supported by expert veterinarians.”
Claudia V.

Frequent Questions

These are some of the doubts that most pet owners have, who want to start using cannabinoids. If you would have any further question, contact us.

In most of the cases, medical cannabis is compatible with other medications. It is just to take into consideration what they are, in order to control every possible interaction.
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.
Our therapies are carried out using standardized products, which are controlled in term of high-quality standards and which actually contain the amount of cannabinoids declared. In this way, the therapy can be consider secure.
At the moment, the cannabinoid consultation is being offered remotely. Though, if we consider it would be more convenient to have a visit in person, we will inform you after analyzing the case.
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.
Depending on each case, it is determined how often you should have a follow-up visit.
Sure, you can. The more veterinarians are familiar with the use of cannabinoids, in order to treat different ailments and diseases in animals, we can offer a natural and safe alternative, supported by experts.
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.

If you have any further questions, contact us.

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