Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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If you are interested in getting your Tripawd started on CBD, we have a way for you to get expert guidance, at little or no charge! Read this week's Tripawds Nutrition Blog post for details. In short, it says:
THIS JUST IN! The Veterinary Cannabis Education and Consulting crew is seeking Tripawds members interested in cannabis therapy for their pets–at free or low cost!
Members will partner with veterinary technicians and other professionals who are training to be a Veterinary Cannabis Counselor (VCC). In exchange for becoming a student’s case study, pet parents can receive customized cannabis treatment for their dog, cat, or other animal.
- The process can be done entirely online.
- It doesn’t matter where you live. But your location might determine which cannabis products are selected for treatment.
- Pet parents must have the patience to work closely with a VCC student in training.
- Four-legged pets are also welcome, as well as birds, reptiles, and any other vertebrates!
Students are really in need of case studies. Your participation can further the understanding of cannabis treatment in the veterinary field. If you are interested in helping more veterinary professionals to understand cannabis therapy and help it become more mainstream, please reply below or contact us for details!
22 February 2013
This is such a ground breaking project. Goodness knows there's a lot of buzz about CBD, what's effective, what's not....or even if any of it is effective at all.
I agree Sally. I'm so glad this group is out there making sure that we reach for the right products that really help, and not wasting our money on junk. I really believe in what they are doing and hope that Tripawds members take advantage of this opportunity. I sure would if I had a dawg right now!
Hey Tripawds community!!
Thank you SO much for being willing to work with our Veterinary Cannabis Counselor students as they are looking for case studies! We are so appreciative of pet parents who are looking for good cannabis information for their animals....but are also patient enough to let a student learn!
Thank you all ♥️
Founder/Director, Veterinary Cannabis Education & Consulting
Just bumping this up after seeing some incredibly bad advice on Faceborg about pet CBD products. The VCEC is still seeking case studies for cannabis guidance. If you would like proper guidance for an effective cannabis therapy for your pet, please reply to this post or contact us. Thanks!
25 April 2007