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Access medical cannabis for animals

Our mission at CBD Vets Australia is to support vets with education and to provide access to legal medicinal cannabis treatment options to ensure quality care for patients.

This month’s feature for vets:
The potential of CBD in canine atopic dermatitis

Legal medicinal cannabis​

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Medical cannabis for pets

Leading Australia’s CBD space for pets

It’s difficult to see a furry patient or beloved pet suffer from conditions such as chronic pain or anxiety where conventional treatments have fallen short. 

As part of Australia’s leading medicinal cannabis network, CBD Vets Australia recognises the potential that medical cannabis therapies provide as an alternative or adjunct treatment option.

We’ve developed research and training programs to assist Australia’s veterinarians in accessing CBD treatments for their pet patients. 

CBd may help your pet with gastro issues
If you are a vet

Join CBD Vets Australia and start prescribing medicinal cannabis for your pet patients today.

If you are a pet owner

Get in touch and we’ll connect you with 
one of our prescribing veterinarians in your state

Refer your patient owners to us and we’ll connect them with our network of prescribing veterinarians

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Pioneering for CBD medicines for animals in Australia
Plant-based, pharmaceutical grade CBD

We are proud to announce that we are a Bronze sponsor of #TheVETExpo 2023 in Melbourne, which will be filled with over 100s of exhibitors – including us! 

Come talk to us about CBD as a treatment option. Our Veterinary Director Dr Chris Lee will also be presenting live on stage. Register for your ticket now and we will see you there:  

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Is medicinal cannabis safe for animals?

The well-being of Australia’s animals is of utmost importance to us. The amount of active cannabinoid ingredients such as CBD in medical cannabis specifically formulated for pets is of a custom dose based on their weight and condition. 

Vets need to know the correct medicinal cannabis dosages and formulations, because pets (particularly dogs) have an increased sensitivity to the cannabinoid THC and are at risk of adverse effects, including depression or even death from overdose. 

As with all human medication, some pets may experience side effects, which we train vets to look out for.