In high school, my friend’s dog ate a sack of weed at a party (by accident) and we all gazed with laughter as we watched it scarf down food and pass out shortly after. It appears he wasn’t the only puppy with a taste for greenery.
People in Seward Park, Seattle need to keep a better eye on their personal stash. Jen Nestor Waddell’s dog stumbled back to her with a glazed-over look in its eyes like it was high. Unknowingly why, she brought him to the vet where they determined that it consumed a large amount of dried and harvested cannabis. After some induced vomiting, a good night’s sleep and a $1,500 vet bill, Jack, the 11-year old black Lab mix, was all clear-eyed, sober and fine.
So make your vote: Air Bud, Spuds McKenzie or Jack — who’s the biggest party animal?
Dogs and medicine/drugs meant for humans can be a very messy mix.
Sure, the idea of a stoned pup may seem funny to us people, but consider that an animal, like a child, does not have the knowledge or understanding of what a drug is, and does not understand the effects and potential hazards.
Furthermore, the relative size of a pet, compared to a human, means that a small dose (for a human) can have huge effects (on the animal). All this combined can cause a very traumatic experience for the animal, as well as its owner.
Whether intentional or accidental, animals and pets that ingest cannabis (flowers or concentrates) CAN OVERDOSE and experience severe (and expensive) medical complications!
LOL. I don’t know if it’s just me, but the owners look like they chief, themselves. I’m sure that she smoked with the dog before… Why else would he just run off to the Ganj? ‘Cuz that dog knows how to have a good time, that’s why.
Интересно, а где Вы материал взяли для этой статьи? Неужели из головы? :)
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