Researchers: Some pet products touted as CBD don’t have any – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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Source: https://www.post-gazette.com/business/healthcare-business/2020/01/11/cbd-pet-products-no-cannabis-dogs-cats-pain/stories/202001090029


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