Caution with dogs

Important: Don't give dogs THC, use high CBD oil instead. For some reason, they go crazy with THC and it makes them sick.

My dog was suddenly sickened by flea and tick repellent. His coat became brittle and dry, he lost his coordination and his energy. 10 little drops of CBD oil a day in his breakfast brought him back to life within a week. His coat has never been shinier and he is full of energy. CBD works like a charm. I would caution buying CBD oil online, because, you don't know what goes into it.
 

jamoo

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But that's 1 dog, or have you heard of anymore cases like this? I'd also suggest not giving oil with too much THC in it but for some dogs that might help. Especially with pain. But I don't know too much about it, I'm just thinking out loud. :)

(I've smoked around both my cats and my dog and they seemed fine, even if they got an accidental buzz. My one cat loved it so much he would either start laying on his back like he never does or come kiss/stroke my face lol. He LOVED it but that was many many years ago.)

Peace!
 

Dirtdemon

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But that's 1 dog, or have you heard of anymore cases like this? I'd also suggest not giving oil with too much THC in it but for some dogs that might help. Especially with pain. But I don't know too much about it, I'm just thinking out loud. :)

(I've smoked around both my cats and my dog and they seemed fine, even if they got an accidental buzz. My one cat loved it so much he would either start laying on his back like he never does or come kiss/stroke my face lol. He LOVED it but that was many many years ago.)

Peace!
I agree I have had dogs that loved it always followed me in the smoking room and others that did not want anything to do with that room. Every cat I have ever had seemed to love weed always make a appearance when I would light up.
 
Thread starter #7
Overdose? Elaborate please.
I'm not talking about second hand smoke. I'm talking about giving it to the animal in the form of a tincture or edible.

I used to watch a friends wife blow smoke in her dogs ears. Probably was on Pluto and she had know idea.
 

MrSauga

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We picked up our Black Lab when he was a pup, and the second or third day he ate a small bud I stupidly left sitting on the table, 'bout a half grams worth. It was a half hour later when I was searching for the bud, not knowing it had already been ingested by my dog, and realized he got real quiet and dopey. He couldn't walk let alone stand and I was scared crazy. I was sure he was going to OD. I got him on the couch and he laid there and fell asleep. I stayed with him the whole time and thank god nothing bad came from it. It doesn't take much for a small dog to OD on weed. Carefull how you administer it and how you store it. I learned my lesson and still water up when thinking about how close I was to losing my buddy.

I should note, I am talking about ingestion, and each dog may be different. My dog loves the smell of the weed and loves to hang around me when I smoke. He does not like the smell of the bud and I would assume it had to do with his one time experience. Lab's are smart and tend to do wrong things only once.
 

Tio Hector

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THC is highly toxic to dogs
The wife works at a vet clinic and we have 3 fur kids of our own all of which are on CBD
1 for anxiety and degenerative myelopathy
1 for lung cancer (which the mass has not grown in the last 2 checkups)
And our 3rd one we give small dose for nervousness
Keep your stash safe and away from your pets