Got Questions about Pure ReLeaf CBD for Pets?


Chief Veterinary Officer Dr. Robert J. Silver, DVM, MS

Dr. Robert Silver is a gifted veterinarian, researcher, and author who has been practicing medicine for over three decades. He graduated from Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1982. After working in Colorado Springs, Dr. Silver moved to Boulder in 1993 to establish Boulder’s Natural Animal, one of the first integrative veterinary medical practices in the US.

For the past 12 years, Dr. Silver has been investigating and recording the influence of cannabis on his patients; leading him to be known as the veterinary authority on treating companion animals with medicinal cannabis. Literally writing the book on how cannabis works with animals, he has documented its effects in a wide variety of conditions found in companion animals. These observations resulted in the writing of his book entitled: “Medical Marijuana and Your Pet”. Currently, Dr. Silver is involved in ongoing studies detailing the benefits phytocannabinoids have on animals through a multi-centered approach that involves veterinarians from around the US. 

CBD Frequently Asked Questions for Pets

How does CBD work for pets?

It works the same way it works in people, by stimulating the endocannabinoid system to create balance in the body which helps to relieve pain, reduce neurological problems, reduce anxiety, and address problems with diseases like osteoarthritis, cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, epilepsy, asthma, etc

Is THC necessary for CBD to work?
Is THC safe to use in pets?
Is THC an important medicinal cannabinoid?
What is the recommended dosage for pets?
How was the recommended dose calculated?
What is the recommended dosage for horses?
Will drug testing be a problem for equestrian events?