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2013-11-13 12:39:40 PM
To ask this question they have already held their cats face and force fed them smoke.

Never got that... only people who want to get high should get high... not worth forcing on anyone or anything. There are some douchebags out there.
 
2013-11-13 12:47:09 PM
Still, Barbara stands by the movement, and she's not alone either. Others say if it's going to reduce their dog's pain, instead of putting them on morphine or something of that nature, then they would definitely give the drug to their pet.

I would give my dog morphine before marijuana.

It's not like they're going to get addicted and continue its use in a harmful manner.
 
2013-11-13 12:49:00 PM
Also, I don't ever remember marijuana being that great of a pain killer.

Increased appetite, which can be beneficial to people with nauseating medications, hell yeah I can believe that.

Just because it's a "medicine" doesn't mean you give it for everything.
 
2013-11-13 12:53:07 PM

impaler: Still, Barbara stands by the movement, and she's not alone either. Others say if it's going to reduce their dog's pain, instead of putting them on morphine or something of that nature, then they would definitely give the drug to their pet.

I would give my dog morphine before marijuana.

It's not like they're going to get addicted and continue its use in a harmful manner.



Don't be so sure.

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2013-11-13 12:55:36 PM
I watched a guy feed guinea pigs marijuana leafs.  They ate all their food and got scared.  True story.
 
2013-11-13 12:59:55 PM

impaler: Also, I don't ever remember marijuana being that great of a pain killer.

Increased appetite, which can be beneficial to people with nauseating medications, hell yeah I can believe that.

Just because it's a "medicine" doesn't mean you give it for everything.


It's a general anesthetic.
 
2013-11-13 01:02:32 PM

unyon: It's a general anesthetic.


No it isn't.
 
2013-11-13 01:17:53 PM

nekom: I watched a guy feed guinea pigs marijuana leafs.  They ate all their food and got scared.  True story.


Hungry and scared guinea pigs?  Isn't that their default setting?
 
2013-11-13 01:32:41 PM

impaler: unyon: It's a general anesthetic.

No it isn't.


Yes it is!

/what do I win?
 
2013-11-13 01:34:09 PM
Only if it's homeopathic
 
2013-11-13 01:35:52 PM

Tr0mBoNe: To ask this question they have already held their cats face and force fed them smoke.

Never got that... only people who want to get high should get high... not worth forcing on anyone or anything. There are some douchebags out there.


Animals are sedated on a routine basis; it's hardly uncommon.
 
2013-11-13 01:36:31 PM

impaler: Also, I don't ever remember marijuana being that great of a pain killer.


Helps mainly with nerve pain. Which is why spinal injuries and cancer patients are the main users for medicinal reasons. Growing tumors press on nerves, and spinal injuries, well the spine is really just a long cluster of nerves.

But yeah, If you stubbed your toe or something it won't do much.
 
2013-11-13 01:42:16 PM

J. Frank Parnell: impaler: Also, I don't ever remember marijuana being that great of a pain killer.

Helps mainly with nerve pain. Which is why spinal injuries and cancer patients are the main users for medicinal reasons. Growing tumors press on nerves, and spinal injuries, well the spine is really just a long cluster of nerves.

But yeah, If you stubbed your toe or something it won't do much.


Good to know.

Isn't it toxic to dogs? Like grapes and onions, just because we can eat it, doesn't mean dogs can.
 
2013-11-13 01:42:18 PM
No, People should give me their medical marihauna.

/you know
//for science
 
2013-11-13 01:42:57 PM
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2013-11-13 01:46:10 PM

impaler: Also, I don't ever remember marijuana being that great of a pain killer.

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2013-11-13 01:47:53 PM
You should NEVER give a pet medical marijuana.

/you should give it recreational marijuana
 
2013-11-13 01:50:11 PM

impaler: Also, I don't ever remember marijuana being that great of a pain killer.


How's your arthritis? And your gastric disease? Or are you just talking out of your ass about things you know nothing about again, spreading FUD and "just askin questions"?

impaler: Isn't it toxic to dogs? Like grapes and onions, just because we can eat it, doesn't mean dogs can.


Mmmhmm.
 
2013-11-13 01:50:39 PM

impaler: Isn't it toxic to dogs?


Don't think so. But animals have less blood than humans, so it takes far less to get the same blood concentrations. An animal just being in the same room as someone smoking a joint is enough. There's really no need to blow it in their face or feed them an ounce.
 
2013-11-13 01:52:18 PM
Pass the catnip, man

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2013-11-13 01:52:39 PM
If your animal is in great pain, why not try a low dose edible to see if it helps? I wouldn't hesitate to try it if I thought it might help.

//Fark the prohibitionist morons who block research on Cannabis.
 
2013-11-13 01:53:20 PM

Hiro-ACiD: impaler: Also, I don't ever remember marijuana being that great of a pain killer.

How's your arthritis? And your gastric disease? Or are you just talking out of your ass about things you know nothing about again, spreading FUD and "just askin questions"?


Someone's a little sensitive.
 
2013-11-13 01:54:27 PM

impaler: J. Frank Parnell: impaler: Also, I don't ever remember marijuana being that great of a pain killer.

Helps mainly with nerve pain. Which is why spinal injuries and cancer patients are the main users for medicinal reasons. Growing tumors press on nerves, and spinal injuries, well the spine is really just a long cluster of nerves.

But yeah, If you stubbed your toe or something it won't do much.

Good to know.

Isn't it toxic to dogs? Like grapes and onions, just because we can eat it, doesn't mean dogs can.


Nope, at least not in small doses.
 
2013-11-13 01:56:05 PM
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2013-11-13 01:56:14 PM

Fano: Only if it's homeopathic


Right then, here we go.

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2013-11-13 01:57:11 PM

J. Frank Parnell: impaler: Isn't it toxic to dogs?

Don't think so. But animals have less blood than humans, so it takes far less to get the same blood concentrations. An animal just being in the same room as someone smoking a joint is enough. There's really no need to blow it in their face or feed them an ounce.


Apparently some sources are saying it's toxic to dogs and cats, but the symptoms appear to just be really, really stoned cats and dogs, from people giving them way too much. As far as i know there's nothing chemically toxic about weed to cats and dogs, but i could be wrong.
 
2013-11-13 02:01:24 PM
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2013-11-13 02:04:52 PM

unyon: impaler: Also, I don't ever remember marijuana being that great of a pain killer.

Feed my dog pot cookies when her arthritis is acting up and she is good to go, with out it she is unable to walk until it goes away (can last up to 7 days).

 
2013-11-13 02:06:19 PM
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2013-11-13 02:09:23 PM
I had a friend whose ankle-biter ate a rather potent roach.  Hilarity ensued.
 
2013-11-13 02:11:32 PM

impaler: Also, I don't ever remember marijuana being that great of a pain killer.

Increased appetite, which can be beneficial to people with nauseating medications, hell yeah I can believe that.

Just because it's a "medicine" doesn't mean you give it for everything.


Works great for my arthritis.  Mostly because I don't really feel like moving around much after.
 
2013-11-13 02:16:17 PM

impaler: Still, Barbara stands by the movement, and she's not alone either. Others say if it's going to reduce their dog's pain, instead of putting them on morphine or something of that nature, then they would definitely give the drug to their pet.

I would give my dog morphine before marijuana.

It's not like they're going to get addicted and continue its use in a harmful manner.


If someone has to give their dog morphine for a chronic pain condition, it's time to let that animal go.

My aunt and uncle are the heads of their local human society, and I watched them keep their poor dog alive for YEARS, with constant shots, operations, etc...  To me, that's more cruel than just  freeing them from their pain. I can't understand why they did that.

I had to put down a 14 y/o Shih Tzu a few years back. Hardest thing I had to do, and I'll freely admit I wept like a biatch, but it was the right thing to do. Making him to continue to suffer would've just been  cruel.
 
2013-11-13 02:19:21 PM

impaler: Still, Barbara stands by the movement, and she's not alone either. Others say if it's going to reduce their dog's pain, instead of putting them on morphine or something of that nature, then they would definitely give the drug to their pet.

I would give my dog morphine before marijuana.

It's not like they're going to get addicted and continue its use in a harmful manner.


Morphine causes serious and rapid vomiting in dogs. If your dog eats rat poison or something like that they give it a dose of morphine to make them throw it up. It's remarkably useful. If you continue to give the dog morphine they tend to overcome that as a side effect. Just another example of how drugs meant for humans can react incredibly differently when used in animals.
 
2013-11-13 02:19:28 PM

Hz so good: Making him to continue to suffer would've just been cruel.


*fistbump*
 
2013-11-13 02:20:24 PM
A friend gave it to his cat once, back in the day.

The cat rolled onto its back and stuck its feet in the air.  Its face was pure contentment.
 
2013-11-13 02:33:10 PM

impaler: Isn't it toxic to dogs?


Every hippie to own a dog has done extensive research on this for decades. No, it is not.
 
2013-11-13 02:34:15 PM
Long time ago my friends Beagle ate his chocolate covered mushrooms. The dog howled for hours upon hours, was fine though. Took a liking for Greatful Dead music. OO
 
2013-11-13 02:51:18 PM

Fano: Only if it's homeopathic


I saw a flyer in a shipment from a vet supply company that advertised homeopathic dewormers. How retarded can people be?
 
2013-11-13 02:56:59 PM
You should give your pet to a responsible owner and shoot yourself in the head.
 
2013-11-13 03:05:09 PM

rebelyell2006: I saw a flyer in a shipment from a vet supply company that advertised homeopathic dewormers. How retarded can people be?


I'll respond to this in a few minutes.  I'm busy strapping magnets onto my horse at the moment.
 
2013-11-13 03:11:05 PM

Candy Colored Clown: You should give your pet to a responsible owner and shoot yourself in the head.


You should stay in Texas and never breed.
 
2013-11-13 03:12:54 PM

ShawnDoc: rebelyell2006: I saw a flyer in a shipment from a vet supply company that advertised homeopathic dewormers. How retarded can people be?

I'll respond to this in a few minutes.  I'm busy strapping magnets onto my horse at the moment.


I have some shoes for him:

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2013-11-13 03:17:11 PM
My mom's cat has lost her appetite. i told mom to get the cat high.

She didn't take me seriously.
 
2013-11-13 03:22:16 PM
I miss Dirk Gentley.
 
2013-11-13 03:25:05 PM

impaler: Also, I don't ever remember marijuana being that great of a pain killer.

Increased appetite, which can be beneficial to people with nauseating medications, hell yeah I can believe that.

Just because it's a "medicine" doesn't mean you give it for everything.


Met a woman a few weeKs ago, she was almost in tears because of pain. Suggested she try Indica, she asked if I could get some. Thanks to Colorados new laws, I was able to say, yeah, I have seething at home that will probably work for you.
She smoked up, for the first time in years, and fell asleep.
When she awoke, she said it was the first good, pain free sleep she had had in ages.
Good enough for me.
 
2013-11-13 03:25:13 PM

Brockalisk:


Using my phone to fark, I thought the second pic said Rugby's clenched fist and I then thought, "poor girl".
 
2013-11-13 03:38:07 PM

Ow! That was my feelings!: Candy Colored Clown: You should give your pet to a responsible owner and shoot yourself in the head.

You should stay in Texas and never breed.


Way ahead of ya, sparky.
 
2013-11-13 03:38:58 PM
For the love of ramen.

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2013-11-13 03:41:25 PM

hardinparamedic: For the love of ramen.

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Pancea? Like the Italian bacon?
 
2013-11-13 03:41:48 PM

Candy Colored Clown: Ow! That was my feelings!: Candy Colored Clown: You should give your pet to a responsible owner and shoot yourself in the head.

You should stay in Texas and never breed.

Way ahead of ya, sparky.


Nice! It's good to know I can occasionally, if rarely, come to agreement with a fellow Farker.
 
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