This State Plans To Ban Sales Of Pet CBD & Hemp Products
As of November 1, the sale of CBD and hemp-derived products for pets will be banned, reported Idaho News.
These products are considered illegal by the Idaho State of Agriculture (ISDA), even though they contain no THC and are third-party tested, said Jennifer Willett, the owner of pet supply store Bark N' Purr.
"Our products are 0.0% THC, the third-party tested, so that means there's nothing sliding through here that is going to be dangerous to an animal," Willett said.
However, Chanel Tewalt, deputy director of ISDA, pointed out that these products are considered illegal at the federal and state levels. "These products are considered adulterated," she added.