As CBD pet products become more common in Michigan - and as pet exposure to marijuana becomes more likely - veterinarians are asking lawmakers to give them more leeway to discuss the substances with clients.

Legislation pending in the House Agriculture Committee would add language to Michigan’s public health code explicitly allowing veterinarians to talk about marijuana or CBD with pet owners, specifically to discuss pros and cons and whether the pet is being exposed to the products.

Michigan has allowed medicinal marijuana use since 2008, and hemp and recreational marijuana were legalized in 2018.

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Lauren Gibbons ~ Mlive.com ~

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