Dus dat is de reden waarom mijn hond niet high wordt [Woofday]

Dus dat is de reden waarom mijn hond niet high wordt [Woofday]

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CBD doesn’t get anyone high. THC on the other hand WooHoo

 

F*cking bunch of dogoil salesmen I tell ya!

  

Have you ever fed your dog a CBD treat…

…on weed?

 

Why would a dog need CBD?

I wish I was as happy, laid back, prepared for anything, relaxed, alert, accepting, protective, generous, not picky, and just about every other positive trait out there.

 

maxandgrinch: Why would a dog need CBD?

I wish I was as happy, laid back, prepared for anything, relaxed, alert, accepting, protective, generous, not picky, and just about every other positive trait out there.

As my dogs.

/they wanted attention and distracted me

 

They need to legalize and regulate weed. God knows what we’re smoking/eating. Even Juul killing kids, let alone shiat you buy from a drug dealer.

  

The whole CBD craze was farking stupid, Don’t get me wrong the legitimate article does have moderate  therapeutic qualities but unless independently verified by a 3rd party lab the vast number of bullshiat startup companies that came out of nowhere with a bogus product was insane.

That’s why me and my parrot Ebeneezer stick to good old reliable DMT. (jk)

 

 

 

maxandgrinch: Why would a dog need CBD?

I wish I was as happy, laid back, prepared for anything, relaxed, alert, accepting, protective, generous, not picky, and just about every other positive trait out there.

My friend’s rescue dog has epilepsy. Rather than use the drugs from the vet, I suggested she mix a bud in with his food. Guess what? No more seizures!

 

maxandgrinch: Why would a dog need CBD?

I wish I was as happy, laid back, prepared for anything, relaxed, alert, accepting, protective, generous, not picky, and just about every other positive trait out there.

I give human-grade CBD caplets to my 13 year old hound after longer hikes. Seems to help her aches and pains. I can’t really be sure since she doesn’t talk to me. 

unless im on mushrooms.

  

First time I gave my dog CBD I accidentally overdosed him (4x).

He ate everything that wasn’t nailed down, including the cat food which he never bothered with before.

Regardless, it helped him a lot with his hip pain.

 

One of the local dispensaries has a pretty good selection of pet CBD products. It would be interesting to see if they get lab tested for actual CBD content.

 

Summoner101: Have you ever fed your dog a CBD treat…

…on weed?

 

cyberspacedout: Summoner101: Have you ever fed your dog a CBD treat…

…on weed?

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maxandgrinch: Why would a dog need CBD?

I wish I was as happy, laid back, prepared for anything, relaxed, alert, accepting, protective, generous, not picky, and just about every other positive trait out there.

Until New Year’s Eve or 4th of July or some other holiday comes around and unleashes massive SKYBOOMS!!!! in the air and WHERE DID THAT COME FROM? DANGER! DANGER!!!!

 

iToad: One of the local dispensaries has a pretty good selection of pet CBD products. It would be interesting to see if they get lab tested for actual CBD content.

Goldens would also probably work fine.

 

Stoned Golden Retriever

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“Yeah…. that’s a ball. I know balls.”

 

No, it because I keep smoking all of your dog’s weed.

 

Stoned dogs come into vet’s office all the time. A good vet can pick up open the symptoms instantly. Don’t leave your dope and especially edibles around your pets. It’s irresponsible.

Why am I not surprised that a corporation is lying about their product to cheat and farm over consumers. Surely, there will be consequences for deceitful business practices…

I’m sure that strong letter that followed will make them change their evil ways.   Imagine that you are trying to provide some natural medicine for you fur buddy or kitty princess (Maybe to help with pain, arthritis, loss of appetite, or uncontrolled seizures or GI problems) , but instead they get less than nothing.

I know this won’t tip many outrage meters, but let’s not pretend this is not criminal activity. My 2 cents.

 

Fark not farm…. autocorrect

 

Wakshlag said products must be tested not only for CBD level, but also to ensure they’re free of toxic contaminants such as heavy metals and pesticides and have only trace amounts of THC, which in higher levels is toxic to dogs.

Well, that’s not true.  The old 1930’s US Pharmacopoeia described the approved method for cannabis extract production, and specified that it be tested for potency by seeing how much made a dog lose control of its hind legs.  It was noted that although a potent extract would completely bollox the dogs, that they would always be back to normal by the next day.

 

maxandgrinch: maxandgrinch: Why would a dog need CBD?

I wish I was as happy, laid back, prepared for anything, relaxed, alert, accepting, protective, generous, not picky, and just about every other positive trait out there.

As my dogs.

/they wanted attention and distracted me

What I’m hearing is that you want to sniff butts…

 

berylman: The whole CBD craze was farking stupid, Don’t get me wrong the legitimate article does have moderate  therapeutic qualities but unless independently verified by a 3rd party lab the vast number of bullshiat startup companies that came out of nowhere with a bogus product was insane.

That’s why me and my parrot Ebeneezer stick to good old reliable DMT. (jk)

That’s why you skip the bullshiat extracts and gummies and just smoke hemp flower. I do every day. Shiat rules.

 

A buddy of mine created a CBD product for…. fish. Hope he didn’t cut corners, I like my fish high as fark.

 

Keyser_Soze_Death: First time I gave my dog CBD I accidentally overdosed him (4x).

He ate everything that wasn’t nailed down, including the cat food which he never bothered with before.

Regardless, it helped him a lot with his hip pain.

Same.  My retriever loves the stuff.  I get  tincture from the local dispensary and throw it in his dinner.

 

iToad: One of the local dispensaries has a pretty good selection of pet CBD products. It would be interesting to see if they get lab tested for actual CBD content.

I just checked the bottle I have for my dog and they do test for CBD, THC and chemicals or solvents.

  

SwiftFox: Wakshlag said products must be tested not only for CBD level, but also to ensure they’re free of toxic contaminants such as heavy metals and pesticides and have only trace amounts of THC, which in higher levels is toxic to dogs.

Well, that’s not true.  The old 1930’s US Pharmacopoeia described the approved method for cannabis extract production, and specified that it be tested for potency by seeing how much made a dog lose control of its hind legs.  It was noted that although a potent extract would completely bollox the dogs, that they would always be back to normal by the next day.

I can attest to this. Had a dog many moons ago that ate an ounce of my so-so weed. Her head bobbed around and she laid on my bed for half a day but recovered just fine. I wasn’t even that worried about her because my buddy had a dog that literally liked getting stoned so knew that it was harmless.

The dog would walk around the circle and you were supposed to blow your smoke at him. If you just puffed it up toward the ceiling he would snort at you and move over to the next attendant person. I had meant to build a pedal with an electric lighter and one of those blower pipes to see how much he would smoke on his own but never got around to it. That would have been a cool experiment. I coulda been famous!

 

capt_sensible: CBD doesn’t get anyone high. THC on the other hand WooHoo

 

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