Canine CBD Research

Canine CBD Research

Interest in CBD over the last decade has spawned considerable research in its applicability to a large number of conditions, ranging from epilepsy to arthritis to nausea and chronic pain.  Below you will find links to leading research programs at major universities and non-profit institutions, as well as prominent CBD research & information groups.

Recent studies in the potential application of CBD to a variety of conditions are also included with links to their respective publications.

Research in CBD is ongoing and growing. As more data is gathered from increasingly broader and more statistically significant studies (trials!), we hope to one day fully understand how CBD works and how it can truly aid our pet’s wellbeing.


Current CBD Research

paw bulletColorado State University at Ft Collins, Stephanie McGrath, DVM

paw bulletAuburn University Department of Clinical Sciences – Orthopedics, Dr. Kayla Corriveau

paw bulletUniversity of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, Amandine Lejeune, DVM

paw bulletUniversity of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Kimberly Agnello

paw bulletCanine Health Foundation, Sharon M. Albright, DVM

paw bulletCornell University, Joseph J. Wakshlag, DVM, PhD

paw bulletAKC Canine Health Foundation Grants:

paw bulletBaylor College of Medicine, Mathew Halpert, PhD

paw bulletOklahoma State University, Lara A. Sypniewski, DVM, DABVP (canine/feline), CVA, CCRP