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Old 05-10-2019, 10:01 AM #1
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Can I give cannabis to my dog? If yes, how?

Cannabis is good for my pet. If yes,how?
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Old 05-10-2019, 10:19 AM #2
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I gave my dog hash cake once and he just went to sleep....
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Ask the dog. Honestly, why do you want to give cannabis to your dog? Most likely he'll feel weird and not comfortable at all. In the best of cases is like giving cannabis to a child.
I know there's some research on cannabis for pets as a medicine, but that is for sick pets.
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Unless your dog has an ailment, I wouldn't give my dog cannabis!!
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Old 05-10-2019, 01:05 PM #5
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Yep... and for dogs are usually CBD meds giving if they are ill..
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Old 05-10-2019, 01:09 PM #6
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That's right dog star,a few of my family all swear by cbd for their dogs ailments.They were given it by vets and have seen the difference in them since they started using it.
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friend have ridgeback female, and when we smoke together, she want too, so we gave her always little 0,2 g dried leafs /naturally with more cbd/ from trimmed buds previous year, or give her stem from just smoked bud. She like it, also fresh leafs.
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Old 05-10-2019, 03:26 PM #8
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Dogs chew on fresh leafes.. that is how i get idea to incorporate dog head with
a leaf in his mouth in mine company logo,look at a signature...

tough i growing potent strains usually for mine PTSD issues i never get idea
to give buds to mine dog,it definitly dont look OK to treat animal that is not
ill in a first place..

But i will give him CBD meds anyday..,CBD works also as prevention to some illness
so i dont see any bad impact on his health and its not psychoactive so he
will not trippin from it...

think also if he chews on green leafes that is also not bad cause if there is some
THC its mostly THCA,usually he chew a bit and then spit out,never sees him
that he ingest leaf... and very small amounts,just one or two little leafes..

he is very gentle and considarable with plants,like he haves lot more sense
for other beings than how us people usually act on these same plants..

when we are out in walk i sees him from time to time he goes to smell flowers..
always is some different flower,poetic soul definitly.. and interested in plants..
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I trimmed my fan leaves outside and left them on the ground. I caught my dog chewing them and he was sick for a week. No more.
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