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Vets see negative effects of medical marijuana in Colorado; dogs are getting stoned, sometimes with deadly results.

 
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Stupid pet owners; no one ever said it was good for animals. Anti-legalization will probably keep this kind of thing as an ace-up-the-sleeve.
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Re: Vets see negative effects of medical marijuana in Colorado; dogs are getting stoned, sometimes with deadly results.
Last I recall reading, you have to consume your weight in pot to reach the lethal dose (LD50).

Don't think anyone can afford to have their dog die from consumption, so these accounts of dogs "dying" from ingestion are completely fake propaganda.
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LOLZ, My dog once ate about 3/4 oz of good head, and she was fine, fucking baked, but fine
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Re: Vets see negative effects of medical marijuana in Colorado; dogs are getting stoned, sometimes with deadly results.
Last I recall reading, you have to consume your weight in pot to reach the lethal dose (LD50).

Don't think anyone can afford to have their dog die from consumption, so these accounts of dogs "dying" from ingestion are completely fake propaganda.
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Propaganda
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Marijuana is demon weed and a "Gateway drug"
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actually for a normal healthy person, its near 15000 lbs at 18% thc grade that needs to be ingested in a period of about 45 minutes. Good luck.
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Marijuana is demon weed and a "Gateway drug"
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Take your reefer madness bullshit back to the 50's where it belongs, douchebag.

As for dogs dying from eating weed? Well, marijuana is non-toxic so I'd like to see someone explain that one. If it's just a case of dogs eating weed and doing dumb shit that gets them killed...well duh!, they're DOGS.

Even at that it's still hypocritical bullshit. A dog eating some weed is a victim of evil marijuana, but no one thinks twice about giving catnip to a cat? A drug is a drug is a drug, isn't it?

This is an old tactic anyways..in the absence of any of the terrible horrible things the gov't tells you that come along with smoking weed, they start dredging up any little thing they can find that casts a negative light on the herb. In the legalization movement we usually call this "grasping at straws".

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It's the cats you have to watch. In college, I took over a room that had been the printing class toking room. The rooming house cat used to hang out with them and inhale the fumes. He became so addicted that whenever I lit a joint, there would be an instant banging at the door... the cat hurling himself at the door to get in.
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Marijuana is demon weed and a "Gateway drug"
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it is a gateway for discrimination, cruelty and injustice.
demons ban anything they can so they can profit from the chaos.
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pure ignorance through deliberate deception.
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‘Stoner dog’ epidemic sees dramatic rise in number of hospitalized pets

[link to www.wtsp.com]

It's typical of drug addicts that nothing and no one is more important in their lives than getting the drug and taking the drug.

Nothing. No one.

No matter what bad things happen as a result of taking drugs, the drugs are never to blame. The drugs are always innocent.
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LOLZ, My dog once ate about 3/4 oz of good head, and she was fine, fucking baked, but fine
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Mine as well, was baked but fine.

That dog loved weed.
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Marijuana is demon weed and a "Gateway drug"
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Pathetic prey response. Man up! You are a predator and can live in safety without controlling every aspect of life around you.
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Re: Vets see negative effects of medical marijuana in Colorado; dogs are getting stoned, sometimes with deadly results.
Last I recall reading, you have to consume your weight in pot to reach the lethal dose (LD50).

Don't think anyone can afford to have their dog die from consumption, so these accounts of dogs "dying" from ingestion are completely fake propaganda.
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I imagine consuming anything equal to your weight would kill you
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‘Stoner dog’ epidemic sees dramatic rise in number of hospitalized pets

[link to www.wtsp.com]

It's typical of drug addicts that nothing and no one is more important in their lives than getting the drug and taking the drug.

Nothing. No one.

No matter what bad things happen as a result of taking drugs, the drugs are never to blame. The drugs are always innocent.
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Sucked that kool-aid right down did ya?
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Re: Vets see negative effects of medical marijuana in Colorado; dogs are getting stoned, sometimes with deadly results.
‘Stoner dog’ epidemic sees dramatic rise in number of hospitalized pets

[link to www.wtsp.com]

It's typical of drug addicts that nothing and no one is more important in their lives than getting the drug and taking the drug.

Nothing. No one.

No matter what bad things happen as a result of taking drugs, the drugs are never to blame. The drugs are always innocent.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24002333


Sucked that kool-aid right down did ya?
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You couldn't refute what I said.
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Re: Vets see negative effects of medical marijuana in Colorado; dogs are getting stoned, sometimes with deadly results.
‘Stoner dog’ epidemic sees dramatic rise in number of hospitalized pets

[link to www.wtsp.com]

It's typical of drug addicts that nothing and no one is more important in their lives than getting the drug and taking the drug.

Nothing. No one.

No matter what bad things happen as a result of taking drugs, the drugs are never to blame. The drugs are always innocent.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24002333


Sucked that kool-aid right down did ya?
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You couldn't refute what I said.
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Mammals don't die from ingesting pot. At worst the animal will sleep for a day or so.

Stop spreading your nonsense.
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Re: Vets see negative effects of medical marijuana in Colorado; dogs are getting stoned, sometimes with deadly results.
Something that is OK for you to ingest, can kill animals. Animals metabolize things differently than people. And even if they don't keel over dead immediately, it can be harming their kidneys and other organs..

I find it somewhat rediculous that people would balk at someone saying DONT GIVE YOUR PETS DRUGS.

Ibuprofen will harm or kill your pets too..as will chocolate....or do you just think thats propaganda put out by the anti chocolate and anti ibuprofen league? Is "the man" trying to keep your chocolate down?

Keep your drugs, natural or otherwise to yourself and away from animals and children. That should NOT be a problem.


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Re: Vets see negative effects of medical marijuana in Colorado; dogs are getting stoned, sometimes with deadly results.
I see that, due to the quite promising research into resuming the use of cannabinoid drugs in veterinary medicine, the drug companies are taking protective measures.:D

Dogs may indeed die from other things found in cannabis laced treats, like chocolate and raisins. They may also get a bowel obstruction from eating too many fan leaves, a situation which may arise with any fibrous plant. Sadly, they could die from electrolyte imbalances brought on by over aggressive treatments by overly concerned vets, such as purges.


[link to www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com]

Pfizer pioneered the market for dog painkillers when it introduced Rimadyl in 1997. Nearly 15 million dogs have taken it, many for pain from degenerative joint disease, or osteoarthritis.

Rimadyl now has a few competitors with more likely. The market for dog arthritis pain medications tops $130 million a year and is growing about 13% a year, consulting firm Wood Mackenzie says.

But in the first eight years after the introduction of these drugs, Food and Drug records show 3,200 dogs have died or been put down after taking the drugs. Almost 19,000 dogs had bad reactions to them.

The FDA says the drugs are safe, if properly used. Drug makers say fewer than 1% of dogs have bad reactions to them….yet the reactions are likely under-reported as research in humans shows that up to 15% of humans show elevated liver enzymes when on NSAIDs.


[link to www.vetguru.com]

"Prior to its prohibition, the active ingredients found in marijuana were found in veterinary products designed to treat a wide variety of ailments. “Rawleigh’s Colic and Bloat Compound” for example was administered orally to both bovine and equine patients. “Pratts Brand Veterinary colic remedy” is another marijuana-based medication of old. Today, in many countries marijuana products are used as treatments for animals. Cannabis is widely used in Asia where it is fed to elephants and oxen to relieve fatigue. It also reportedly gives the animals’ greater strength and endurance (Robinson, R. 1995). The Marijuana plant is also used in parts of the world to fatten and increase egg production in poultry. Dried, crushed cannabis seeds fed to broiler chicks dramatically increased their growth rates and food conversion rates while decreasing the amount of food they consumed and the associated costs to the producer (Khan et al 2010). It is clear that in many parts of the world the use of marijuana on animals is commonplace."



I personally know a dog who is receiving Rick Simpson oil (whole plant cannabis extract, looks like Marmite) for his vaccine related cancer. The little guy had already had his leg amputated and been through chemo and was in awful shape- when his owner learned there was no hope, he decided to try cannabis, having talked to other people that had used it successfully for their pets. The dog is still very much alive, two years later, is not stoned all the time, and can catch a Frisbee just as well as he could with four legs. The oil is administered mixed with peanut butter. The dog breed taking the oil is Jack Russell Terrier.

Of course, more research needs to be done before this is a first line treatment. As any dog owner knows, some breeds are more sensitive to effects of drugs than others. This guy tried it when there was nothing else left to try to save his dog-and it worked.
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MJ is a plant, not a drug. Also, chocolate is bad for dogs... maybe we should ban that, too!
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Propaganda
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This.

People have smoked in front of their pets LONG before medical marijuana. If this is true it probably means Monsanto already took over the industry.
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bsflag bsflag bsflag bsflag bsflag
Not intended to be a factual statement.
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Re: Vets see negative effects of medical marijuana in Colorado; dogs are getting stoned, sometimes with deadly results.
Since my initial post I have spoken with the doggie ER vet here and would like to add an important footnote.

She said that pugs, and other breed with airway restrictions are always at risk when sedated (by anything) due to their inherit breathing difficulties.

If you have one of these susceptable dogs (you should've noticed if your dog is a breed which has trouble breathing normally) and they are sedated by anything (alcohol is a big killer of these kind of dogs, they drink left over beer, pass out and die)go to the vet. For cannabis, they need hydration and airway support. When they wake up, they are fine.

Do not let your pug, or other airway restricted dog, near intoxicants-its not funny to give them beer, it can kill them.

And don't leave an elderly pug near kids that will hotbox the poor thing:

[link to abclocal.go.com]

"The Marin Humane Society is investigating rumors that a dog died of alcohol and drug poisoning last week at an unsupervised teen party in Mill Valley, a Marin Humane Society spokeswoman said Thursday.

The 15-year-old female pug might have drunk alcohol in her bowl and breathed marijuana smoke in a confined, unventilated area of a Tamalpais Valley residence on March 25, humane society spokeswoman Carrie Harrington said.

The mother of the family that lives at the home took the dog to a veterinarian after it died, and the veterinarian called the humane society, Harrington said."

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