Our Vets

Joshua Sosnow, DVM

Dr. Josh Sosnow has been a practicing veterinarian for 23 years. He is a graduate of Occidental College and Oregon State College of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating from veterinary school, Dr. Sosnow spent 13 months training at the Animal Medical Center in New York City (https://www.amcny.org).

Dr. Sosnow has been a practice owner for 19 years and currently owns two hospitals in Scottsdale and Phoenix, Arizona. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), the Arizona Veterinary Medical Association (AzVMA), and the National Association of Cannabis Plant Sciences (NACPS).

Dr. Sosnow has lectured locally and nationally on the science of cannabinoids in veterinary practice and continues to be an enthusiastic supporter of the use of cannabinoids in veterinary medicine.

In 2018, Dr. Sosnow, along with his partner, formed CompanionCBD, LLC. He now acts as Chief Medical Officer of the company.

Robert Trupp, DVM

Dr. Robert Trupp is originally from Topeka, Kansas, where he graduated from Washburn University with a bachelor's in biology and minors in chemistry and mathematics. He then attended Kansas State University where he earned his doctorate in veterinary medicine in May 1993.

Dr. Trupp has over 20 years of experience as owner, hospital director, and practicing veterinarian of a hospital focused on providing the highest standard of care to both clients and patients. He brings strong medical, diagnostic, surgical and dentistry sills and is an educated and enthusiastic supporter of cannabinoids in veterinary medicine.

Educating clients to help ensure pet family members enjoy and long and healthy lives is a top priority of Dr. Trupp's. He has a passion for building relationships with both clients and patients and looks forward to continuing this at CompanionCBD.

Beyond practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Trupp has held numerous leadership positions with AVMA; AAHA; Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine; Topeka AVMA; Topeka Zoological Park; Topeka Helping Hands Humane Society; and other local organizations. He and his wife have three children and three furry feline family members.