Veterinarians Are Supporting Marijuana for Pets
Friday, Apr 6, 2018

The interest in treating pets with medical marijuana is intensifying.

How do I know this?

$96 billion in sales by 2020, according to Market Research – Packaged Facts.

Cannabis manufactures are entering the scene. Pet owners are often willing to spend more money to indulge their pets and care for their health – treating them as their own children.

Veterinary care has ballooned from $15.95 billion in 2016 to $16.62 billion in 2017

68% of U.S. households own a pet according to the American Pet Products Association.

With all that information it is no wonder why veterinarians are jumping up for joy.


The world of veterinary medicine is handcuffed with outdated laws preventing your veterinarian to talk about cannabis without the fear of losing their license.

Trouble is, pet owners only source of information is the internet, social media or a friend.

Fortunately, states like California are working with lawmakers petitioning to discuss.  The details of this bill are designed specifically to protect state-licensed veterinarians from disciplinary action for discussing the use of cannabis with patients.  Click AB2215 to read the full digest of this bill.