Symposium about natural therapies for Animals
Canna Vets will take part in the symposium that will be held during the days 24th and 25th of November in the “Centro de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona” (CCCB). Classroom 1, where several speakers and experts in natural therapies in animals will be gathered.
On this occasion and with the reason of the 20th Anniversary of the “Asociación Trifolium”, they decided to offer an event for all of those who wish to offer a better life to animals and where the main focus is the use of natural therapies.
So far, there are few specialists that offer this kind of therapies, but thanks to their success, step by step its use is being exceeded by veterinarians around the world.
Under the heading “Learn how to look after animals in a healthy way” the symposium will be presented, which is open to the public who wishes to offer a natural alternative for the care of their pets.
If you would like to attend to the event, you should go to the following page and acquire the tickets, all benefits will be entirely allocated to the animals of the Canópolis refuge, managed by the Trifolium foundation.
The use of CBD as a natural therapy
The day 24th of November we will present a talk about Therapies with CBD, where our veterinarian expert in therapies with cannabinoids will offer information about the use of CBD with therapeutical purposes. In this talk, data will be addressed with the last scientific evidence and medical publications about it.
It will be explained how to shape a therapy with CBD for animals and the key factors that must be taken into consideration when using cannabinoids with veterinary purposes.
Furthermore, it will also be commented the basic principles in which the therapeutic properties of cannabinoids are based, there will be talks about the last reports where its use on different veterinary pathologies has shown favourable results.
If you wish to know this kind of therapies, we invite you to attend the event.
The talk about therapies with CBD will be held on the 24th of November at 17:30h.