Marijuana is more and more acknowledged for its therapeutic worth in human medication. Though most veterinary analysis thus far has been involved with marijuana toxicity, there may be some curiosity within the potential therapeutic worth of marijuana in veterinary medication. With the latest legalization of marijuana for leisure use in Canada in October 2018, there’s a want for veterinarians and veterinary college students to be ready to deal with shopper questions and issues on this subject. We distributed a questionnaire to present veterinary college students on the Ontario Veterinary School in Guelph, Ontario, to find out their angle(s) in direction of marijuana as a possible therapeutic agent in animals. The general response fee for the questionnaire was 43.5% (207/476). Most college students felt that marijuana has potential therapeutic worth in animals (53.6%; 111/207), fewer have been uncertain (38.6%; 80/207), and a small variety of college students felt that marijuana doesn’t have potential therapeutic worth in animals (7.7%; 16/207). Knowledge generated by this questionnaire recognized an necessary distinction between two main lively compounds present in marijuana: cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Potential obstacles to make use of in veterinary observe have been additionally recognized, together with stigma and toxicity. Lastly, many respondents confirmed an consciousness of the restricted scientific analysis relating to the security and efficacy of marijuana in animals. Till a physique of scientific literature on marijuana in animals turns into obtainable, veterinarians might profit from having an consciousness of the completely different physiological and pharmacokinetic results produced by completely different strains (together with any hostile results, and half-life), and a common understanding of present therapeutic functions of marijuana in people.