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    Dogs and Cannabis

    Here is an interesting link to some dog - cannabis research and some warnings from the same Vet.

    Dog Marijuana Research | Animal Veterinary Center | AVMA Veterinarian


    Risks of Administering Medical Marijuana to your Pet | Animal Veterinary Center | AVMA Veterinarian


    In the comments after the first article, 'Charlie' posts a link to pictures of Simpson oil (cannabis oil) being used to remove a skin cancer tumor (mast cell tumor) from his dog. This is a great sequence showing how with each bandage change, the tumor melts a little more until it is gone.

    Treating Cancer with Cannabis - patient is 7 year old Boxer Dog - MNS Forums

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    Sure made a night and day difference in my little one. Much kinder then watching our "babies" in such pain and then possibly having to put them down. Gives us more quality time with them. I am a goof but I always want to say "they shoot horses don't they", mean that in a good way

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    I found an empty case of triple filtered butane in Dysons pen. I asked him about it and he said it wasn't his. He said it was Roof's. wtf.....
    King of the Caprines, Boss of the Bovids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CgOrganic View Post
    I found an empty case of triple filtered butane in Dysons pen. I asked him about it and he said it wasn't his. He said it was Roof's. wtf.....
    Damn Dyson ratting me out lol. Me and Dyson in the barn blasting BHO . Goats love them some hay extract?

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    I used to gently whisper (slowly blow meds) into my geriatric dogs ear after taking a big puff. Old boy loved it, would smile immediately and start licking his lips. He didn't tolerate smoke in his face, but his ear now that was a different story. I waited until he was 15 and arthritic to apply this medical application. My dog wasn't into any recreational use that I was aware of.

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    Im waiting on results now of 2 biopsy's that were done on Timber last week, Hoping on the best results.

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    Best of luck to Timber and to the family.

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    Oh Timber baby! I didn't know Medi, I sure hope he is OK. Have him on RSO yet?

    hehehehe Medi was at my home and ask me hey your dog like mj? He's eating it off this table over here. LOL I had no idea he was a muncher of pot.

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    Our dog eats two buds every day, one in the morning and one at night . Open the jars lid and she is right there begging for it. She literally gets her feelings hurt if she gets left out. It is amazing how our animal friends let you know what they like. More dogs are shot and killed by police in raids then pot kills dogs by overdose. So sad. Prohibition kills more than just humans!
    Last edited by rolo; 03-27-2013 at 02:53 PM.

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