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CBD for Pets

All Natural, Non-Psychoactive, Therapeutic

Animals have a similar endocannabinoid system as people do.

Being from San Diego and loving animals the way we do, we’re very excited to offer pet owners CBD oil treatments at your Mission Valley cannabis boutique in San Diego.

At March and Ash, owners are educated by our Cannabis Concierges on the healing powers of CBD, what’s best for their dog(s), and given options for various oils and treats.

We are thrilled with the opportunity of giving back to our community.

We’ve formed partnerships with VETCBD and local dog shelter and rescue groups. To this end, we’re providing complimentary CBD oil to those groups for dogs in their care.

We’re deeply appreciative of the great work all the local shelters and rescues do to find animals safe, loving homes. One of the groups we’ve partnered with is “The Animal Pad.” They’re unique in that they help dogs on both sides of the border.

Stephanie Nisan is The Animal Pad’s Founder and President, "As a rescue that saves street dogs from Mexico, the benefits of CBD oil have been invaluable to us. These dogs are not typically used to living in any sort of home or confinement and CBD oil has really helped make that transition so much easier for many of the dogs,” Nisan continued, “beyond that, what we have seen CBD do is also help battle ailments from separation anxiety, appetite issues to seizures, is just outstanding. We’re thrilled to have partnered with March and Ash as it allows us to continue to enhance the lives of our rescues!"


Many pet owners aren’t aware of the enormous benefits CBD oil provides for dogs.

VETCBD Veterinarian Dr. Tim Shu is well aware of that healing power, and it’s the biggest reason why he founded VETCBD. "Our pets can suffer from many of the same ailments we do. Whether it's pain from aching joints, anxiety, nausea, or seizures, cannabis can provide benefit and relief for our pets, just as it does with people,” explains Dr. Shu.

Indeed, CBD oil is emerging as an important treatment for dogs who might be struggling.

“The cannabis plant contains dozens of cannabinoids, with THC and CBD being the most well known,” notes Dr. Shu, “CBD has gained popularity in recent years because it does not cause a ‘high’ and has numerous therapeutic benefits. Even THC, which causes psychoactivity at higher doses, has therapeutic uses, especially when it comes to pain and neurological conditions. However, to avoid psychoactive side effects, THC must be formulated and dosed properly by animal healthcare professionals experienced with cannabinoid therapy in animals.”


What is CBD?

All Natural

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of over 80 cannabinoid extracts from the cannabis plant.


It is non-psychoactive and does not produce a "high."

Therapeutic Benefits

Research has shown CBD to be beneficial for pain, inflammation, anxiety, nausea, and seizures.