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Shop VETCBD at March and Ash in San Diego, Imperial Valley, and Chula Vista. Veterinarian Dr. Tim Shu founded VETCBD to provide pets the therapeutic benefits of hemp-based CBD products. Our products are triple tested to ensure quality and safety. We use only premium, human-grade ingredients such as responsibly grown American hemp to formulate our products. Resources to help veterinarians advise clients and treat patients who may have been exposed to marijuana, the most commonly used illicit drug in the US.


VETCBD is dedicated to promoting the education, research, and advocacy of the therapeutic benefits of medical cannabis.


Since 2015, VETCBD has been committed to helping all lives thrive. Founded, formulated, and operated by cannabis industry pioneer, Dr. Tim Shu, he and the VETCBD team are dedicated to promoting the education, research, and advocacy of the therapeutic benefits of medical cannabis.

VETCBD is triple tested by third-party labs for potency, safety, and quality and uses only premium ingredients.


  • Every product is trialed, formulated, and approved by doctor and medical cannabis expert, Dr. Tim Shu
  • VETCBD offers free support from their team of medical professionals who have over 40 years of combined experience
  • VETCBD only uses premium ingredients including CBD-rich cannabis extract and organic extra virgin olive oil
  • Each batch is triple-tested by third-party labs for potency, safety, and quality
  • VETCBD’s tinctures come with a top-of-the-line plastic syringe for safe and accurate dosing

20:1 CBD:THC

VETCBD’s tried-and-true 20:1 CBD:THC formulation has been helping to improve lives since 2015. It’s available in 1, 2, and 4 fl oz sizes.

Recommended uses include:

  • Supporting joint mobility and discomfort
  • Supporting normal brain function
  • Helping to maintain normal GI health
  • Helping to maintain calmness
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10:1 CBD:THC

For increased support needed to help with potential joint mobility, normal brain function, or maintaining healthy GI, VETCBD recommends their 10:1 CBD:THC formulation, available in 1 and 2 fl oz.


Crafted with a soothing blend of shea butter, extra virgin olive oil, shea olein, beeswax, and CBD-rich cannabis extract, this topical salve may help support minor skin irritations, minor inflammation, and promotes overall healthy skin.

Vet CBD Oil

Now offering our Award-Winning Formulations at an unbeatable price. At Vet CBD we know that pets are family, and deserve only the best wellness products backed by professional support.

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VETCBD Hemp Tinctures

Crafted specifically for pets, our signature, veterinarian-formulated CBD oil is made with premium ingredients and triple-tested to ensure the utmost quality, safety and potency.

Use it to support joint mobility, maintain calmness, support normal brain function, and support healthy GI.

Cannabis use and pets

As cannabis-derived products have become more available, veterinarians have seen increased interest among clients in using these products for their pets. These clients understandably are asking, “Are these products legal, safe, and effective for treating medical conditions in animals?” Our FAQs on the regulatory status of cannabis, cannabis-derived, and cannabis-related products can help you understand the legal landscape.

For a detailed guide to cannabis and its impact on veterinary medicine, view Cannabis in veterinary medicine.

Safety and efficacy

Under the federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, products for which therapeutic claims are made must be approved by the FDA in order to be legally manufactured and marketed. The FDA approval process is the means by which the safety and efficacy of such products is demonstrated. Assurance regarding the efficacy and safety of products is obviously important to veterinarians who are considering whether to use them in the treatment of their patients.

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Cannabis-derived products that have been suggested as therapeutic agents for use in animals to-date have not followed the traditional path to FDA approval. Relatedly, although cannabinoids such as CBD appear to hold therapeutic promise in areas such as the treatment of epilepsy and the management of pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis, the available scientific evidence pertaining to their use in animals is currently limited. While findings from a few well-controlled studies have been published, much of what we know is related to anecdotal or case reports or has been gleaned from studies related to use in humans, including the study of animal models for that purpose. The AVMA continues to encourage well-controlled clinical research and pursuit of FDA approval by manufacturers of cannabis-derived products so that high-quality products of known safety and efficacy can be made available for veterinarians and their patients.

Also of concern are recent reports of lab analyses indicating that a substantial portion of products currently available on the market are labelled inaccurately with respect to both the identity and amount of active ingredient found within the product.

In July 2019, the AVMA submitted comments to the FDA urging the agency to provide regulatory clarity about expectations for the labeling, safety, and use of cannabis-derived and cannabis-related products. This is critical to assure the safe and appropriate use of these products in animal drugs, food, feed, and food/feed additives. You can read our full comments here.

A single product derived from cannabis has been approved by the FDA for use in people who suffer from seizures related to particular syndromes. That drug can be used in an extralabel manner by veterinarians in accord with the Animal Medicinal Drug Use Clarification Act (AMDUCA).

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Veterinary cases of cannabis toxicosis in dogs stem most commonly from exposure to edibles. In these cases, there may be additional toxic ingredients involved – such as chocolate, raisins, or xylitol – which result in a poorer prognosis. Cats may also directly consume the plant material.

There are a wide range of clinical signs that have been associated with cannabis toxicosis. A classic presentation is a depressed or ataxic dog that is dribbling urine. Several deaths have been reported due to cannabis toxicity, and these appear to be the result of associated complications, such as aspiration. If you know or suspect your pet of having been exposed to any form of cannabis please consult your veterinarian immediately.

Legal update

Federal and state laws regarding cannabis products are complex, and the legal landscape around these products is evolving. We’ve summarized the regulatory landscape surrounding use of these products in Cannabis as drug, food or supplement in veterinary medicine, and also provided an update incorporating additional information published by federal agencies.

In January 2021, the USDA published the final rule regulating the production of hemp in the U.S. Key provisions of the final rule include licensing requirement and procedures for testing the THC concentration levels for hemp to support the growth of hemp of known chemical consistency so that CBD products derived from such hemp are also of known chemical consistency.

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