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02-08-2006, 09:16 AM
I don't want to share my stash with our dogs!
We have 3 Bichon Frise dogs (see http://Bichon.ca/), small size dogs.
The oldest largest female got ahold of two of my cannabis cookies a while back (my fault i left them where she could get to them) (this dog can open doors and cupboard doors).
Now if i leave my Volcano parts where any one of them can get at them they do so. More the once i have found the barrel (where you load cannabis in to) empty and not where i originally left it.
A taste of natural medicine and they know that it is good thing to consume eh. I still don't want to share with our dogs though. ;)
I had a dog a long time ago (1980's) that ate my plants, we also had a cat that used my only Skunk plant i had left as a litter box. Killed it dead real fast! I flushed it and transplanted it all to no avail.
Good Kannabis Growing!
02-08-2006, 10:03 AM
Kanman, I know what ya mean. I have a Lab and this guy pushes his way through to get to the smoke. I stopped counting the roaches he has eaten. The dog is a friggen fiend. I spark a joint and he comes runnin. Since my wife had our daughter he is pretty much my smoking buddy. He's an awsome dog, he thinks he is human. He has rarely ever been treated like a dog. It' just insane what they pick up on.
02-08-2006, 11:37 AM
I have a lab also Happyplant. She is wonderful but it's my weineer dog is the one that loves pot. Shotguns, vaped poop...ya got to keep put up. Now for the weiner dog that means about 15 inches off of the ground!
I can say without a doubt that Minnie the Boxer loves her meds..! She will bug and bug until she gets a smigin of a cookie or a puff!
02-08-2006, 01:31 PM
Kanman, Have you tried child-proof latches for the cupboard doors? My cats, who so far are indifferent about pot, know where the cat food is stored. When they are hungry, they try to break into the cat food cupboard, even though it is all in cans.
02-12-2006, 01:56 PM
We used some string to tie them closed. I will have to look at getting child-proof latches for the cupboard doors. Thanks for the tip. It got annoying coming home with pots and pans and what not all over the kitchen floor.
Good Kannabis Growing!
02-12-2006, 03:07 PM
Bichons are very very smart and one of the most lovely little buggers to have.
I had a bichon/poodle mix that lived to 18, he was a real peace of work and he would steal a roach left in an ash try if he could get to it.LOL I named him lucky the day I got him.
02-12-2006, 07:48 PM
Hows this insted?
02-18-2006, 02:12 PM
My cat Jeanie always comes by whe I'm medicating and lays right in front of me in to get a contact high. Then she curls up in my lap and sleeps it off.
02-18-2006, 04:17 PM
My dog Fred is a bassethound, and he don't like any kind of smoke, but he's cool about it all:D
Clear Head C
02-18-2006, 06:50 PM
I have a ten year old rottie and I treat his arthritis with canna cookies, started out with a full cookie a day and cut back to a half a cookie, he would just sleep all day with the full cookie
02-22-2006, 06:04 PM
interesting CHC, medicating dogs with cannabis... for some reason ive never made the connection (and yes, i am well aware of how obvious it SHOULD have been :D ).
I have two greyhounds that enjoyed it (one has passed recently, very ill dog, wish i would have made the med connection for him...). theyve grown up with me, so the times ive done it with them, it was more to see how they would react, not to medicate! (will probably always wish i had medicated my buddy :( )
However, one time, my dog got a hold of a bag of shrooms (as usual, i was the idiot who left it out in the open :rolleyes: ). probably the one time in my life ive actually freaked out (was entirely sober). luckily, he didnt get much (if any), but i was quite afraid for him!!! i would have quite a bit of difficulty handling a tripping dog! :D maybe he knew what he was doing though :confused: hahaha
03-02-2006, 02:03 AM
If poochie becomes too much of a nuisance, there are plenty of Korean restaurants that'll take him off your hands. Plus some righteous bucks of $25 too...:D
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