A Canadian dog-treat maker wants to produce a different kind of munchie. True Leaf Medicine International Ltd., a small firm that currently produces hemp-based dog chews, is expanding into the nation’s fast-emerging marijuana industry.
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A Colorado police department is going to stop teaching old dogs new tricks and focus on training new dogs with fewer tricks, especially when it comes to marijuana sniffing dogs.
It’s a growing trend: hemp for pets. But it could soon be harder to find. Utah’s Department of Agriculture and Food announced Wednesday it had issued warnings to more than two dozen businesses, asking them to stop manufacturing and selling adulterated or misbranded commercial feed.
Owners of pets who suffer from arthritis and a loss of appetite are looking towards hemp pills in an effort to ease their animals’ pain.
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DENVER (AP) – Pot-infused lemon drops and other marijuana edibles that resemble fruits could be coming off Colorado shelves.
Because research is relatively underdeveloped in the segment of cannabis for pet health, there is ample opportunity for companies to find a strong foothold and ultimately stake claim to this market.
Bruce Blunt, the aptly named Chicago man charged with misdemeanor animal cruelty after a video of him blowing marijuana smoke into the face of his pet chameleon Binna went viral, has been acquitted by a Cook County circuit court judge.
A bill in Nevada aimed at adjusting the state’s medical marijuana program has died a quite death in the legislature. The bill had been held up in committee and the time limit expired before the Committee on Health and Human Services could give it a hearing.
In this divisive political climate, there is one statement that is guaranteed to be both inoffensive and accurate: Americans love their pets.
Adults now have easy access to potent and pungent marijuana and evidently man’s best friend is right on the owner’s heels.
If scientific research is not keeping pace with the new mindset of pet owners and animal advocates, are Americans running afoul of federal drugs laws by treating their pets with cannabis-based medicines?
We share nearly every aspect of our lives with our pets. So, it begs the question:
Why not share our medical marijuana with our ailing animals?