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    https://youtu.be/BTHHga8CEcw

    Marlene and David Kinley talk about how they used the sacred plant to help rid their dog Stuart of his seizures in just 4 months!

    Stuart was experiencing regular nightly seizures and would become dazed and confused... often hiding under furniture.

    Veterinarians wanted to prescribe him Phenobarbital, a pharmaceutical drug that has dangerous and downright scary side effects.

    The sacred plant, however, can be used to treat pets with a wide range of ailments, from seizures, chronic pain, and anxiety to cancer and many more.

    But much like in people...

    There is no one-size-fits-all recommendation... and many veterinarians are not allowed to talk about the sacred plant nor are they educated on its effectiveness.

    That’s why we’re so thankful to have Marlene and David share their journey with us.
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    Hug those who care about you, do all you can for those you love (if they want it). We just never know when it might be the last time we talk to them or see them.

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    It's funny to me, my dog ate some leaves once, but never touch it again after the one time. My cats, eat it and take in the smoke every chance they get. lol

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    I give my dog high thc oil . Not becaise hes sick . But because i like to have some quiet once in a while .

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    My dog loves cannabis. She will come close and make noises until you you blow a little her way.

    Mind you I wouldnt go out of my way to give it to her.

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    dont give to a rottwieler is all ive learnt about animals and erb.had a mate that did,ended rather badly.

    mind fkg thing was nuts to begin with,didnt chill it out it just made it completely psycho

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    my dog spends most of his time by my side, I have cannabis all around me while i'm chopping and trimming, he has never bothered touching it, would think he inhaled plenty of smoke before I started using a vape. he has turned 9 now and I wonder when I should introduce him to this fine medicine because it is my plan is just deciding the timing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggotch View Post
    dont give to a rottwieler is all ive learnt about animals and erb.had a mate that did,ended rather badly.

    mind fkg thing was nuts to begin with,didnt chill it out it just made it completely psycho
    Good heavens, sorry to hear that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valentina View Post
    Good heavens, sorry to hear that.
    and that was years ago,when weed was a decent enjoyable "all-day"level of thc strength,god knows what damage itd do to an animal at todays levels of thc.

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    NO, NO, NO, THC is TOXIC to dogs, and ingesting large quantities can be fatal. Dogs have more THC receptor sites in their brains than humans and can become easily overwhelmed. Small dogs are at higher risk. Shaking, drooling, twitching, loss of coordination, and loss of bladder control are a few of the symptoms, additionally they become very susceptible to hypothermia.

    CBD on the other hand has been shown to have several therapeutic applications for dogs, including calming anxiety, treatment of epilepsy, and chronic pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phytoplankton View Post
    NO, NO, NO, THC is TOXIC to dogs, and ingesting large quantities can be fatal. Dogs have more THC receptor sites in their brains than humans and can become easily overwhelmed. Small dogs are at higher risk. Shaking, drooling, twitching, loss of coordination, and loss of bladder control are a few of the symptoms, additionally they become very susceptible to hypothermia.

    CBD on the other hand has been shown to have several therapeutic applications for dogs, including calming anxiety, treatment of epilepsy, and chronic pain.
    Ive given my dog pretty high doses of Oil when he hurt his front leg being hit by the snowmachine . 1/4 gramme per dose . Allowed him to rest and heal up pretty damn good in 3-4 days

    Yea it may knock them out but definetly not toxic as THC is not a toxin . Opiates are on the other hand ...... a human could eat 10x his weight in weed . Yea well be high as fuck but never overdose ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Ive given my dog pretty high doses of Oil when he hurt his front leg being hit by the snowmachine . 1/4 gramme per dose . Allowed him to rest and heal up pretty damn good in 3-4 days

    Yea it may knock them out but definetly not toxic as THC is not a toxin . Opiates are on the other hand ...... a human could eat 10x his weight in weed . Yea well be high as fuck but never overdose ....

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    Sorry, but Your logic is flawed. Just because it is not s toxic to humans does not mean it not toxic to dogs. We can eat chocolate, toxic to dogs, same with onions, xylitol that’s in chewing gum can easily kill a dog. Google “marijuana toxicity in dogs”.

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    My pooch has had bladder cancer for at least 18 months. It's probably still there, but a combination of (a pea size) thc butter a couple times a week and cbd oil in each meal seems to be helping. All her symptoms and discomfort seems to have gone since using it.
    Theres soooooo much research and testimonials out there supporting the idea it helps.
    If I gave too much she'll throw it up. And I've no doubt that giving way too much would do damage, but that's the same with many meds. Isn't chemotherapy exactly that... pumping you full of toxins that kill cancer... but also other cells that are part of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phytoplankton View Post
    Sorry, but Your logic is flawed. Just because it is not s toxic to humans does not mean it not toxic to dogs. We can eat chocolate, toxic to dogs, same with onions, xylitol that’s in chewing gum can easily kill a dog. Google “marijuana toxicity in dogs”.
    Bwuahaha . My dog has stolen so many chunks of chocolate and sweets . Plus the weed .etc etc . He be dead by your logic

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    When i was out in India my very young puppy was teething. I gave him a wooden handled dog brush to chew on. I could hear crunch, crunch. We were on the sofa, I rolled a joint of some very good charis and put the 9g finger on the sofa next to me. I carried on reading my book until I heard a sort of shlack shlack sound. He had picked up the charis and chewed the fuck out of it. When I got it out of his mouth it was more like a small chapatti! i had to go out and when I got back he had thrown up everywhere, had very bloodshot eyes and was staggering around. I said to him, that'll teach you! Well, it didn't and the little git would steal every bit of hash he could find.
    My plans of using him to sniff out drugs after the full moon parties were well and truly scuppered.

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    All that I read on this topic concerned mainly CBD options. It is indicated for animals (and cats and dogs) as a remedy for pain and nervous over-excitement. My brother somehow breathed sacred smoke in the face of our dog. She began to bark and could not calm down. This was the only time he made such a joke.

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    Dogs have 10x the receptors in their brains so theoretically they only need a very little to become affected, and I am really sorry your pooch had a bad experience.

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