Veterinary Cannabis Consultations

Veterinary Cannabis Consultations

Veterinary Cannabis Consultations

Veterinary Cannabis Consultations

Dr. Trina Hazzah, Founder of Green Nile

About Green Nile

Green Nile was established in 2019 with the goal of helping guide pet owners on how to utilize medical cannabis for pets in the safest and most effective way possible. As cannabis has become legal in many states, many pet owners are looking to find ways of incorporating cannabis into their pet’s medical protocols either as an adjunct to pharmaceuticals or in lieu of conventional modalities…

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"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened." - Anatole France

Why We're Different

We Care

We lead with compassion

We Listen

We take the time to listen to your goals, fears, and hopes

We are Knowledgeable

We have vast amounts of veterinary experience in both conventional and holistic medicine modalities

We are Scientific and Evidence-based

Our educational consultations are supported by the most up to date science and evidence-based medicine

We are Experienced in Cannabis Medicine

We have spent years learning about cannabis through clinical cases, research, and collaborating with human cannabis physicians and researchers

We are Eastern and Western Medicine Credentialed

We have gone through rigorous schooling and additional specializations to be able to offer our clients the highest quality education and guidance

Scheduling a Consultation- How Does the Process Works


Connect to the consultation portal system (Eprogresstracker)

Click any Book a Consult button on this site. This will take you to our electronic medical record portal, called Eprogresstracker.



Register yourself and then will get a confirmation email to help you get onto eprogresstracker. Remember to keep your password handy as you will be using it to log on for all information and communication provided by Green Nile.


Complete forms

Complete the patient intake and consent forms

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