Medical Marijuana for Dogs: Is Pot Safe for Your Dog?

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Dog Health News™ - Medical marijuana for dogsMedical marijuana for dogs may seem like your only option because you’ve tried everything else to help your sick dog and you desperately hope a little pot might be the magic solution to reduce your dog’s pain from his cancer so you may even make your dog special treats that contain cannabis compounds until your dog starts to stagger like he’s drunk and now you need to get additional dog health treatments to deal with the side effects from the medical marijuana you gave your dog.

This news brief gives you facts about medical marijuana for your dog so you don’t harm your dog’s health instead of easing your dog’s pain.

Medical Marijuana for Dogs: 5 Symptoms Your Dog May Develop

1. Urine – Your dog may have a  loss of bladder control, tremors and twitching from ingesting or inhaling pot.

Dog Health News™ - Medical marijuana for dogs2. Behavior – Your dog may begin to act in an aggressive manner after he eats products with medical marijuana.  Anxiety, fearful behavior and disorientation may be other side effects your dog may develop from pot.

3. Heart Rate – Your dog’s heart rate and blood pressure may be lowered after he eats products with medical marijuana.

4. Drooling – Your dog may start to salivate and drool if he has eaten or inhaled medicinal marijuana.

5. Eyes – Your dog’s pupils may become dilated and your dog may develop a twitch in his eyes.

Facts about Medical Marijuana for Dogs

• Cannabidiol (CBD) – A non-psychoactive compound used to help dogs with inflammation, pain and epilepsy.  There are edible products for dogs on the market priced under $25 per bag of 40 treats with 1 milligram of CBD per morsel.  These products are not yet approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the manufacturers are not legally allowed to advertise their products due to lack of research on the effects for dogs in the U.S.

• Dosage – Your dog may have side effects from pot so it’s important to consult with your veterinarian before you take any steps to use medical marijuana for dogs as a way to medicate your dog for any reason.  It’s very easy to overdose your dog with serious health consequences for your dog as an outcome

• Chocolate – Your dog may ingest chocolate brownies that contain marijuana and your dog might develop diarrhea or start to vomit.  There’s no way to detect whether the chocolate or the pot is the cause of your dog’s symptoms.

Connor - Dog Health News - Medical marijuana for dogsNote: It’s important to remember that dogs and humans metabolize foods differently and you should never give your dog any type of drug or medicine like medical marijuana without consulting with your veterinarian.

This news brief gives you the top symptoms your dog may develop as a result of medical marijuana so you have the information you need to keep your dog healthy.

Share this article with your friends and family so they have the facts about medical marijuana for dogs and keep their dog well.  You can always depend on the best dog health strategies from Dog Health News.

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Comments

  1. A brilliant post, Roberta! I highly appreciate the way you have mentioned some of the essential facts behind the use of medical marijuana for dogs. However, you could have mentioned a little bit about the benefits of it for those who are new to the term. Many people might get a little scared about using medical marijuana even though it does deserve appreciation for the way it helps us dog lovers keep our dogs safe.

    • Arnold,
      Thank you for taking the time to make a suggestion on this subject that makes sense to me and I will plan on a new post to address the benefits of medical marijuana for dogs very soon. You are correct, there are positive results when used properly to help dogs who need relief. Watch for the post and let me know what you think. Thanks again, Roberta

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