Is your Dog a Stoner?

The impact of the weed on the dogs varies greatly depending on the weight and body size of the animals, Dr. Robin Downing, a Colorado doctor of veterinary medicine who is also a certified pain and rehabilitation practitioner, told BuzzFeed.

Dogs can also get high from secondhand smoke, just like a person can. Again the dog's size plays a role, but how high the dog gets depends on the concentration of smoke and how long the exposure is to the smoke.

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Effects of marijuana on dogs:


Breathing problems

Lower blood pressure

Abnormal heart rhythms

Loss of balance


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