Medical marijuana has become legal in 23 states in the US, and many more states are predicted to pass laws in the next election. BUT, none of these 23 states have passed laws allowing the prescription of medical marijuana by veterinarians to their animal patients.
Every day, folks who live in medical marijuana-legal states with their beloved pets are asking the question: “Will medical marijuana help my p t who is suffering?” This book answers those questions and many others y u may not have known to ask.
This book is right for you, if, like most people, you need help to understand if marijuana or hemp is right for your pet.
“Medical Marijuana and Your Pet” is not about getting your pet “HIGH". It’s a great book about getting your pet “WELL” using this am zing, emerging herbal therapy.
Formats: Paperback, Epub/Mobi
Pages: 146 pages; color
ISBN: 978-1-4834-3734-7 (sc)
ISBN: 978-1-4834-3733-0 (e)
Paperback Retail price: $39.75
eBook Retail price: $19.75
Publication: October 31, 2015
Dr. Robert J Silver is a licensed and nationally-renowned holistic veterinarian, who practiced in Colorado throughout the legalization of marijuana in that state for both medical and recreational purposes. As a result of these unique clinical experiences with dogs and cats, whose owners have given them medical marijuana since 2000, Dr. Silver was able to gain experience and knowledge in the many potential clinical applications for this new, exciting and emerging herbal drug therapy. In his book, he shares with you his vast knowledge of the medicinal use of marijuana and hemp in pets.
As both a veterinary herbalist and acupuncturist and skilled in the use of natural medicines Dr. Silver has written this important book for your pet in easy-to-understand language, with an included Glossary of the more technical terms.
“The purpose of this book is to educate pet owners about both the value and problems associated with administering marijuana to their pets, based on my own knowledge and experience as a holistic and integrative veterinarian, as well as on extensive library research that I have performed to find the few studies that exist describing the effects of marijuana on dogs and cats….</ >