Jul 13, 2011 ... Leaving marijuana accessible to pets can be harmful. ... When veterinarians think
of regionally specific illness, toxicity caused by consumption ...
Marijuana intoxication may occur in pets that have access to marijuana plants,
dried portions of the plants, or foodstuffs containing marijuana. Serious long-term
Apr 23, 2014 ... As the laws change and marijuana use becomes more frequent, marijuana
toxicity in pets is on the rise. Baked goods such as pot brownies are ...
The minimum lethal oral dose for dogs for THC is more than 3 g/kg. Although the
drug has a high margin of safety, deaths have been seen after ingestion of food ...
Mar 1, 2016 ... If your dog eats marijuana, it will be poisoned and this could be serious. This is
what you should know and what to do about this situation.
Marijuana is toxic to dogs and cats. Marijuana poisoning in dogs and cats can be
severe if not treated promptly. Contact your vet or PPH if your pet was ...
Oct 28, 2015 ... Pet Poison Helpline (PPH) has seen a 330% increase in the number of
accidental marijuana ingestions in pets over the past five years which ...
Jun 17, 2015 ... Usually a pet toxicity case involves a dog that has inadvertently eaten some
marijuana or hashish. Dogs account for about 96% of exposures ...
Marijuana poisoning in dogs is a result of dogs ingesting the marijuana plant.
Marijuana contains a chemical which produces various harmful side effects and ...
But did you know that marijuana can be toxic to pets? Veterinarians report that
they are encountering more incidents of marijuana poisoning in pets, mostly dogs