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Weed for dogs?

Discussion in 'Dog Discussion' started by Marty, May 17, 2006.

  1. Marty

    Marty Banned

    Pet owners across Canada have a new a new way to treat the ailments of their beloved four-legged friend -- through cannabis treatment.

    While most Canadians are aware that medicinal marijuana is legal in Canada, many may not know that there is a product available that also offers cannabis health benefits for your pets.

    Med-Marijuana's newest product, Medi-Paws, is being used by Canadian pet owners for a host of animal issues such as cardiac health, arthritis, liver and kidney functions.

    The product is a supplement that contains 100 per cent pure cannabis sativa oil. Med Marijuana uses customized seeds using a certified grower through Health Canada.

    Sherry Martin gives her 18-month-old dog, Jade, a shot of Med Marijuana's Medi-Paws everyday.

    Martin gives him the cannabis drug as preventative measure because he is part German Shepard - a breed that is notorious for hip problems.

    "There are no psychoactive properties to it," Martin told CTV Calgary. "You won't get the munchies - - humans or pets. That's what makes it legal for over the counter sale."

    Canna-Pets is safe for animal consumption because the level of THC, the psychoactive ingredient, is only two to three parts per million -- well below Health Canada's benchmark of 10 parts per million.

    "The oil is pressed out of the seeds under very controlled conditions in an inert environment, which is key to maintaining medicinal properties of the oil," Martin said.

    So far, so good

    Wanda Vockeroth, a vet at Marda Loop Veterinary Centre, says that several of her clients use the cannabis supplement on their pets.

    "Some people say they've seen a lot of improvement but certainly it hasn't given any bad issues," Vockeroth told CTV Calgary.

    She said the cannabis drug seems to be especially helpful for arthritic conditions.

    "Their dogs seem to handle it very well, no bad side effects, and either improvement in movement and/or coat," Vockeroth said.

    The product is available at heath stores and some pet stores.

  2. wisconsindog

    wisconsindog Big Dog

    cool post i think bud is good if it for a uese it aint that bad probly calm alot of ppl down and give them appitite

    RIVES PITS Top Dog

    I Need A Sample! Hehehehehehehhehehe For The Dog Of Course
  4. chinasmom

    chinasmom CH Dog

    I need it for my aching bones!
  5. 420puffer

    420puffer Big Dog

    SUPER GREAT POST! Herbage can be good for anyone. I dont care what others say about it and the users. It helps with all kinds of illnesses from cancer to the flu.

    RIVES PITS Top Dog

  7. 420puffer

    420puffer Big Dog

    lol... u passin it to me right?

  8. bam-bam's mom

    bam-bam's mom Big Dog

    my dogs hate smoke, you smoke around them, and they are gone till they know that you are threw, then they are right back in your lap.

    hhhmmmmm interesting post
  9. 420puffer

    420puffer Big Dog

    I dont force anything on my dog(by blowing in his face) i give him the option, if he likes the smell (which he does sometimes), hell stick around. but i dont touch cigs at all.. damn cancer sticks
  10. cemoreno

    cemoreno Top Dog

    What will they think of next! LOL....
  11. JuicyCa

    JuicyCa Big Dog

    Well, if it helps, it helps. I wonder if the dogs that use it keep forgetting where they left their squeaky toys?
  12. 14rock

    14rock GRCH Dog

    I wouldnt be able to afford the feed bill! Damn munchies...

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