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Your pet won’t be getting “high” or feel intoxicated anytime soon either because there is no THC involved. However, giving pets hemp-based products can target specific health issues and improve overall wellness, Martin explained. “It helps with lots of different things,” Martin said. “Anxiety, pain relief…even seizures.” Customers don’t need a medical marijuana card to make purchases. However, veterinarians are cautious of the new products, saying the products’ effects are unclear. “Animals, while similar to people, are not exact,” said Sandy Moore, a registered veterinary technician for Carrington College. “K-9s can’t take Advil or Tylenol like we can. K-9s can’t have chocolate; I eat chocolate readily.” Moore says more research needs to be done before she can recommend the product for furry patients. “You don’t know the history of the animal,” Moore said. “Allergy, chemical, natural or otherwise, what it will do to an animal.” Moore says instead of hemp-based products she’s recommending drug-free alternatives like acupuncture and cold laser therapy. “I can see why people seek out anything they can to help the quality of life,” Moore said.
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