Review by Online Book Club
CANNABIS FOR CANINES
by Beverly A. Potter, PhD
Cannabis for Canines by
Beverly A. Potter, PhD., is not solely about the use of
cannabis in treating dogs. It is actually full of
information on canines health issues in general.
For example, the author about dogs' reactions to
chocolate, heartworm infections, and various types of
digestive ailments. There is also a great deal of
information related to mainstream medications and
treatments. Among other things, Potter discusses how to
give pills to dogs, how to monitor food intake, and how
to treat senior dog issues.
I enjoyed reading the information of
canine health. It is apparent that Dr. Potter is a dog
lover as well as a canine health adviser. Although the
author's main point concerns the possibilities of
cannabis usage for dogs, she is very straightforward in
saying she is not pushing owners to give ti a try. And
again, in the introduction of the book, she includes a
notice recommending dog owners discuss all of their
dog's issues with veterinarians.
I don't like the poor editing with
punctuation problems. I found that the author's use of
"weed" makes her position less formal.
I rate Cannabis for Canines 3
out of 4 stars. It is well-written and full of valuable
information. Because the editing is lacking I could not
rate it as 4 stars. THe book is much better than 2 stars
because I do recommend this book to all dog lovers
wheter they are interested in adding cannabis to their
dog's supplements or not. People who aren't dog owners
would have no interest in this book.