Pot is not for pets: Veterinarians across the country have been reporting an increase in cannabis toxicity

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Veterinarians across the country have been reporting an increase in cannabis toxicity in pets, mostly in dogs, since legalization came into force last October. Cannabis toxicity in dogs, who have significantly more endocannabinoid receptors than humans, can cause dizziness, incontinence, drooling, seizures, tremors, and even a coma. Hrinivich recommends products such as a “basket muzzle,” which she says are “well-tolerated” by dogs, to prevent sidewalk cannabis consumption. Or, in the case of particularly dextrous pets, lock up your weed. Another common habit that causes serious issues in pets is throwing butts, or roaches, on the ground outdoors.

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You’ve heard it before, but you’re about to hear it again: If you are around children or animals, hide your weed. Or, in the case of particularly dextrous pets, lock up your weed.

Veterinarians across the country have been reporting an increase in cannabis toxicity in pets, mostly in dogs, since legalization came into force last October.

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