“Currently no products are licensed in Canada for treating animals.  Various groups, including the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association and the Canadian Association of Veterinary Cannabinoid Medicine are lobbying for legislation to allow veterinarians to legally authorize medical cannabis.”
“Hocker will study the effects of CBD on bladder cancer cell lines. He hopes to learn whether the substance kills cancer cells and how it works, including whether the process involves endocannabinoid receptors occurring naturally in the body.  He will also look at effects of using CBD along with radiation and chemotherapy.
“OVC will receive one of Canada’s first grants for veterinary cannabis research from Grey Wolf Animal Health, a specialty animal health company focused on improving the lives and well-being of vets and pets in Canada. Along with funding, Grey Wolf will supply cannabidiol oil for the studies.” 

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