Cannabis Poisoning in Pets on Rise Since Legalization, U of G Study Finds

Cannabis Poisoning in Pets on Rise Since Legalization, U of G Study Finds

The legalization of cannabis has led to an increase in toxicosis in pets, a link University of Guelph researchers determined in new research published today in PLOS ONE.

Go to full article: https://news.uoguelph.ca/2022/04/reports-of-toxicosis-in-pets-on-the-rise-since-cannabis-legalization-u-of-g-study-finds/

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