CSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital researches cannabinoid use to treat canine diseases

New research from the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital is exploring the use of cannabinoids to treat canine diseases — but that does not mean your dog should start smoking weed.

Research technician Kelsie Condon walks Farina, a Galgo Español, across a mat designed to measure how much weight each paw receives. This process is part of Dr. Felix Duerr’s research into the effects of CBDs in treating arthritis. (Davis Bonner | Collegian)

Researchers at the Department of Clinical Science at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital are focused on determining the

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