Canadian Firm Creates Veterinary Advisory Board for Cannabis Pet Products
True Leaf Medicine International has appointed Dr. Katherine Kramer, DVM, as founding chair of its Veterinary Advisory Board.
Kramer, a vocal advocate for the research and therapeutic use of cannabis for animals, is the medical director at the Vancouver Animal Wellness Hospital and has been practicing veterinary medicine for 16 years.
Kramer’s study of cannabis is driven by the many successes her patients have had over the past six years and she is considered a pioneer in this field. She has been featured in local and national media in Canada and has become a resource for veterinarians across North America seeking information on the benefits of medicinal cannabis for pets.
“Dr. Kramer is a vital addition to our team and her recognized veterinary knowledge builds on our solid foundation of in-house integrative care, cannabis cultivation, and marketing expertise,” said Darcy Bomford, founder and chief executive officer of True Leaf. “Her experience with medicinal cannabis for pets will be integral to our product development process.”
As chair of True Leaf’s Veterinary Advisory Board, Kramer will recruit veterinarians from around the world to join True Leaf as the company develops legal and safe medicinal cannabis products for pets.
True Leaf is a plant-forward wellness brand for people and their pets. The company is headquartered in Vernon, British Columbia. Founded in 2013, True Leaf has two main operating divisions: True Leaf Medicine Inc. and True Leaf Pet Inc. True Leaf Medicine Inc. is in the final stages of approval to become a licensed producer of federally-approved medicinal cannabis for the Canadian market.