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Getting My Dog High.

Discussion in 'Toke N Talk' started by Elitemaple, Jan 3, 2008.


    Elitemaple Active Member

    My dog (Chihuahua) enjoyed the 2 hoots of cheeba I gave him this morning. But after about 15 minutes I went in for a few more hoots and decided to again share with my dog. Running on 5 hoots my dog got a little strange, I was just wondering if anyone knew what the ratios would be so I can give my dog a pleasant high. My dog weighs 13 pounds.

    storzbickel Well-Known Member

    i have one dog who i have been smoking with for over 9 years, hes 10 years old. I dont think he ever maxes out on it, i basically give him hits until he walks away.

    i have another dog who is about 12 lbs and she gets a little nuts, but i cant say a definite amount of hits- it just kind of varies, what is being smoked, how big the hit etc. so as soon as i see her eyes get a little reddish, i take her out of the rotation.

    i will say tho that after a decade of smoking weed my dog has had no detriment, is outrageously healthy, and still cant get enough ganj.

    drewbommb Active Member

    My dog is 6months old since i had her i gave her my big stems but now she moved up to small nuggets she wil eat all of it.dont think its enough for her tho i was at work and she found my secret stash and ate it all it was about 12grams not alot but for 6month old dog it is she had munchies for 2 days

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    my kitty loves the hash. she'll keep coming back for more as long as i allow it. she spaces out and bumps into things. it's kinda sad so i cut her off once her eyes droop.

    skunkushybrid New Member

    The dog before the one I have now was a rottweiler. He used to strugglelike crazy, even when I and two friends tried to pin him down he'd still manage to escape before getting a hit.

    The dog I have now doesn't like it either, i think it's because he's a boxer and he needs his nose.

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    my wife's kitty wants nothing to do with it. i think he tried it once. he just says NO.

    creeder Well-Known Member

    Wow, Ive had both my two rotties longer than my wife and kids and treat my dogs like my kids. And that would never of even crossed my mind.....I guess everyones diffrent.

    slappyboy Well-Known Member

    You really dont wanna get your dog or cats high as they have elevated heart rythms and you can cause basically a heart attack or stroke .Especially a chiawowwwaaaa.They have a heart rate that is faster then you or I after a run.Dogs can get high from blowing smoke in thier ears as they are similar to elephants as they dont have sweat glands and regualate body temperature through their ears as they use them to release heat or to hold back and stay warm. Some people do it and their pets live I have seen them die and for me my pets life is worrth more then my amusment so Id advise against it also its a felony animal abuse charge if caught or turned in...sincerley FilthyFletch

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    if it were for my amusement that would make me an asshole. me kitty scratches on the door. she climbs up my lap. i'd literally have to push her away. marijuana does NOT kill your animals.
    Pullin' weeds

    Pullin' weeds Well-Known Member

    My dog once found a potent cookie a friend had given me - she advised me to consume in 1/4 pieces.

    Anyway, I'm sittin on the couch and my dog stagers up to me - slowly sits down, wobbles a bit and then slowly falls over.

    'Course not knowing what she'd eaten, I start on the phone to the vet, until I find the chewed up ziplock bag with a few scant crumbs left in it.

    Then it all made sense - hung up the phone, went back and rubbed her tummy a bit and made her comfy. Her tail was wagging most of the time, but she couldn't walk straight for a while. Man she was high.

    Also a bit jealous - I wanted that cookie!!!

    drewbommb Active Member

    my dog is pit she doesnt like the smoke in face she perfers to eat it or walk into clambaked room

    slow69beetle Well-Known Member

    I blow the smoke into my dogs ear. it hits them alot faster. usually one or to hits and the dog is on the floor.

    storzbickel Well-Known Member

    haha i heard that it gets em higher faster. i never remember that when im high tho

    Dubbuh Well-Known Member

    yeah my pit hated it when he was a puppy, so i never forced it on him, but last night i was smokin some bomb shit i just picked up, and he came around with his nose sniffin in the air, and i blew a fat one in his face, and he did'nt run, haha.

    be careful with how small of an animal you get high though. I had a dumb ass friend who got a kitten way to high and the thing ended up dieing. he was hot boxing it though, like put a box over it and was blowin smoke in. and btw no im not friends with him anymore cause of that.

    nowstopwhining Too many brownies

    It probably had almost no oxygen, all that smoke and carbon dioxide your breathing out into that box...damn....

    spontcumb Well-Known Member

    I've had a number of cats and dogs over the years. My Black Lab loved getting high. And my 2 cats get high with me everyday. Their perfect buzz is a great Indica followed by some Pink Floyd......I'm not kidding!


    ganji2 Well-Known Member

    Lol, my pit and 2 rotties HATE potsmoke, I cant understand it. =D

    gardenandcats Well-Known Member

    I really am against getting cats or dogs high! But its your pets do as you wish. Just some info so you have the facts...
    Dogs and cats do die and become very ill from ingesting or being exposed to marijuana smoke..
    [SIZE=-1]Signs include: incoordination and listlessness along with dilated pupils, slow heart rate and sometimes urinary incontinence. Marijuana toxicity can look similar to intoxication with numerous other sedatives. It is very important for all the relevant information to be presented to the veterinarian if the pet is to be helped. Veterinarians are not obligated to report to local police. If you know marijuana was involved in an intoxication it is important to make this information known. Obviously this goes for other recreational drugs as well.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=-1]Urine testing similar to that done with humans can be done in dogs to make the diagnosis of marijuana intoxication[/SIZE]

    Chiceh Global Mod, Stoner Chic Staff Member

    My dogs love it, I have never forced them either. That thought never occurred to me until they started sniffing and licking at the smoke I was blowing out, lol. They just come around and sniff it when I am smoking. My black lab is very high strung, after he sniffs some weed smoke, he chills out and chews on his bone. They are like dope hounds now, everytime it is time to fire up, they just know it and follow us to the bong, sit there and wait, lol. I don't agree with forcing your pet to smoke by blowing it right up their nose (shot gun like) in their ear, mine just sit and sniff and lick the the smoke in the air, lol. :mrgreen::peace:

    fdd2blk Well-Known Member

    sounds like they are suicidal. do they know that sh*t will kill them?


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