havasunews.com: “With medical marijuana legal in Arizona, emergency rooms for pets are seeing more and more dogs that have eaten marijuana in brownies, cookies, oils and other forms. “People come in and their dogs are lethargic, with their eyes rolling in the back of their heads, or they’re unconscious,” said Dr. Billy Griswold with Emergency Animal Clinic, which has five Valley locations. Griswold said that over the past few years he has treated at least 24 dogs each month that have eaten marijuana.”
Vets are Treating Dogs for Marijuana Highs
By On the Net|2014-04-28T20:31:15-07:00April 28th, 2014|Stories & Articles|1 Comment
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The author of this article is Richard Keyt, an Arizona business law attorney who is the creator of this Arizona medical marijuana law website. Connect with Richard at 480-664-7478 or on Google+
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Many, many years ago, I was a dealer of marijuana. I had just over a pound in my closet in a laundry hamper.
I woke one morning to find the few buds remaining scattered on my bedroom floor. My two Irish Setter puppies lay in the middle of the mess. They slept for almost 2 days. When they came to, they were hungry, happy, and just like brand new. Yes, I weighed the pot to see how much was missing…they had left me about an ounce.