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2013-11-24 09:41:39 AM
Sweet Jamaican pipe dreams
Golden Acapulco nights
First Morocco, then the east
Fly by morning light

Your dog wants marijuana
Aboard the Thailand express
We'll hit the stops along the way
Fido only stops for the best
 
2013-11-24 10:17:58 AM
CSB: I had a friend packing a bowl in my kitchen once. My ancient, arthritic boxer came up to him and looked at that pipe like it was a steak. We always wondered if my boxer knew that pipe would make his bones feel better.

Felt too weird to blow smoke in my dogs face, so we didn't.
 
2013-11-24 10:23:15 AM

stuhayes2010: CSB: I had a friend packing a bowl in my kitchen once. My ancient, arthritic boxer came up to him and looked at that pipe like it was a steak. We always wondered if my boxer knew that pipe would make his bones feel better.

Felt too weird to blow smoke in my dogs face, so we didn't.


Do those pills get them stoned like smoking would or is the oil from a different part of the plant or whatever?

/couldn't fill a thimble with what I know about weed.
//haven't smoked it in 30 years
 
2013-11-24 10:33:55 AM
It's Labrador, man.
 
2013-11-24 10:35:30 AM
Stoned dog thread!

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Let he who is without stone toke the first bowl.
 
2013-11-24 10:38:27 AM
My Doxie got really friendly to anyone carrying pot into the house. He'd stand patiently waiting for someone to blow smoke at him. And he'd party with the best of them until they left, then he'd hit the pillow and sleep it off.

/lit up on a cop stopping to talk
//Cop thought I had a real friendly dog, there
 
2013-11-24 10:46:41 AM

Mikeyworld: My Doxie got really friendly to anyone carrying pot into the house. He'd stand patiently waiting for someone to blow smoke at him. And he'd party with the best of them until they left, then he'd hit the pillow and sleep it off.

/lit up on a cop stopping to talk
//Cop thought I had a real friendly dog, there


The ancient yellow dog in my profile would point out a person's stash. He'd disappear and later be found just pointing to the contraband.
 
2013-11-24 10:46:47 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89LqQGbF8sg&feature=youtube_gdata_play er

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZqUmMWOGNI&feature=youtube_gdata_pla y er
 
2013-11-24 10:50:29 AM
If only there was an internet meme about dogs on grass.
 
2013-11-24 10:52:18 AM
Not dog related, but my cat loves getting stoned. He comes running when he hears the bag crinkle, sits next to you as you smoke and waits for the smoke to be blown in his face. He sits there and takes the smoke like a boss and actually follows the rotation with the bowl. Afterwards he'll watch tv and eat Doritos with us, definitely a man's cat.
 
2013-11-24 10:53:57 AM
I think not subby. my Dog is a Just Say No kind of guy. he's into diet and exercise, and busts my balls when i lay about fat and whacked.
 
2013-11-24 10:57:57 AM
Well it is the badest weed
 
2013-11-24 10:59:03 AM
"When it comes to sick pets many owners will go to great lengths to help them feel better."

How about: "Many people go to great lengths to make their sick pets feel better."
 
2013-11-24 11:07:56 AM

Bastard Toadflax: "When it comes to sick pets many owners will go to great lengths to help them feel better."

How about: "Many people go to great lengths to make their sick pets feel better."


But that's 5 less words and I have a quota!
 
2013-11-24 11:16:54 AM

Mentalpatient87: Bastard Toadflax: "When it comes to sick pets many owners will go to great lengths to help them feel better."

How about: "Many people go to great lengths to make their sick pets feel better."

But that's 5 less words and I have a quota!


You're hired.
 
2013-11-24 11:23:22 AM

DanZero: Sweet Jamaican pipe dreams Golden Acapulco nights First Morocco, then the east Fly by morning light Your dog wants marijuana Aboard the Thailand express We'll hit the stops along the way Fido only stops for the best


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No sticks and seeds
That you don't need
Acapulco Gold
It's bad ass weed!
 
2013-11-24 11:28:29 AM
Screw that, I want some AG.

As for pets and pot, my old cat always showed up at trim time to demand his cut. I'd trow him a few fresh leaves and he'd chow down like it was steak. Cat just loved him some fresh ganj. Dried, Meh, no interest. But fresh and he was up in you business until he got his share.

My buddy had a cat that loved to toke. He'd follow the joint and hop in the lap of everyone smoking, take hist hit and move on. Then he'd nap. He actually followed us trekking through the woods, and on up into a tree to smoke out.

The neighbor had a teacup poodle that did the same. she'd follow the joint and hop in you lap to get a hit
 
2013-11-24 11:36:39 AM

KrispyKritter: I think not subby. my Dog is a Just Say No kind of guy. he's into diet and exercise, and busts my balls when i lay about fat and whacked.


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RockofAges: In my experience, most dogs hate smoke, and most cats like it. To the gent upthread with the arthritic dog -- a tiny tiny amount of budder in the wet food sometime, see how he likes it. Generally, it helps them if they have chronic pain. It's the smoking part that most dogs aren't down with -- maybe something with their noses.


CSB: My parents had a female English Mastiff that would actually inhale the smoke and exhale through her nose. Tobacco smoke too. Weird dog.


/she did have bad hips though, hmm...
 
2013-11-24 11:43:15 AM
My dog isn't a fan. She walked into a hit I was blowing out once, recoiled a bit, and now just hangs out nearby when I'm smoking. She loves it when I pack one, though. Means we're going outside.
 
2013-11-24 11:48:54 AM

bigsmellypenis: Not dog related, but my cat loves getting stoned. He comes running when he hears the bag crinkle, sits next to you as you smoke and waits for the smoke to be blown in his face. He sits there and takes the smoke like a boss and actually follows the rotation with the bowl. Afterwards he'll watch tv and eat Doritos with us, definitely a man's cat.


I demand pictures.
 
2013-11-24 11:51:27 AM
Why would my dog want tequila?
 
2013-11-24 11:52:30 AM

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2013-11-24 12:15:00 PM
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2013-11-24 12:27:57 PM
I've seen people who smoke their dog stupid.

My old roommates dog in college never was the same after he started smoking her out.

My dog was apparently frequently stoned as a puppy with his previous owners. They abused him in other ways too.
 
2013-11-24 12:29:45 PM

LittleSmitty: Screw that, I want some AG.

As for pets and pot, my old cat always showed up at trim time to demand his cut. I'd trow him a few fresh leaves and he'd chow down like it was steak. Cat just loved him some fresh ganj. Dried, Meh, no interest. But fresh and he was up in you business until he got his share.

My buddy had a cat that loved to toke. He'd follow the joint and hop in the lap of everyone smoking, take hist hit and move on. Then he'd nap. He actually followed us trekking through the woods, and on up into a tree to smoke out.

The neighbor had a teacup poodle that did the same. she'd follow the joint and hop in you lap to get a hit


I lived in an area that had been farmed in the old "Hemp For Victory" days, plus there were years and years worth of college students dropping seeds. The alleys grew a lot of hemp, and anytime the ground was disturbed, old seeds would sprout. My yellow dog would allow plants to get about 2 feet high, then he'd pull them up and devour them. (Same dog who pointed out people's stashes.)

He also couldn't not stand uniforms. Basically my Labrador WAS both Cheech and Chong.
 
2013-11-24 12:33:55 PM

o'really: I've seen people who smoke their dog stupid.

My old roommates dog in college never was the same after he started smoking her out.

My dog was apparently frequently stoned as a puppy with his previous owners. They abused him in other ways too.


Smoke a dog stupid? That's like getting water wet.

You'll get some bites though.
 
2013-11-24 12:34:33 PM

Capo Del Bandito: bigsmellypenis: Not dog related, but my cat loves getting stoned. He comes running when he hears the bag crinkle, sits next to you as you smoke and waits for the smoke to be blown in his face. He sits there and takes the smoke like a boss and actually follows the rotation with the bowl. Afterwards he'll watch tv and eat Doritos with us, definitely a man's cat.

I demand pictures.


I wish I knew how to add pictures to comments, I'd have more to contribute to this discussion, for sure.

//this thread is relevant to my interests
 
2013-11-24 12:35:01 PM

bigsmellypenis: Not dog related, but my cat loves getting stoned. He comes running when he hears the bag crinkle, sits next to you as you smoke and waits for the smoke to be blown in his face. He sits there and takes the smoke like a boss and actually follows the rotation with the bowl. Afterwards he'll watch tv and eat Doritos with us, definitely a man's cat.


I had a cat years ago that did the same thing. He also liked Doritos.

/Possum, you were an awesome cat. Still miss ya bud.
 
2013-11-24 12:54:08 PM
My dog isn't into weed, but he loves Jenkem
 
2013-11-24 01:20:11 PM
I want me some Gorilla Panic or "Oh God Oh God they're coming they're coming!" Or some of that stuff you shoot then realize why you spent the extra money on it although the other stuff if some really, really good shiat.

/and those are friend prices
 
2013-11-24 01:20:24 PM
How does getting your dog/cat stoned not fall under animal abuse considering they can't consent and don't understand what they are being forced to partake in?
 
2013-11-24 01:22:30 PM
bigsmellypenis:
I wish I knew how to add pictures to comments, I'd have more to contribute to this discussion, for sure.

img.fark.net
 
2013-11-24 02:31:52 PM
img.fark.net


Ah, can't upload on mobile version...
 
2013-11-24 02:47:08 PM
Well, he can't have any. It's too expensive.

I can give the cat some catnip and get the same effect for a fraction of the price.
 
2013-11-24 02:49:22 PM
Never trust a smiling dog.
 
2013-11-24 05:02:37 PM

js34603: o'really: I've seen people who smoke their dog stupid.

My old roommates dog in college never was the same after he started smoking her out.

My dog was apparently frequently stoned as a puppy with his previous owners. They abused him in other ways too.

Smoke a dog stupid? That's like getting water wet.

You'll get some bites though.


My other dog has a bad habit of drinking toilet water too fast n puking it on my clean laundry.

Maybe should start smoking her out. She can't get any dumber.
 
2013-11-24 05:46:07 PM
"The one thing more heartbreaking than watching your pet suffer would be to know that maybe you gave your pet something that made them worse or killed them, and that's just not a risk that I would be willing to take," Dr. Greenbaum said.
-=-
Do you want to know how I know the good Doctor is not too bright? I mean, we are talking about cannabis here.
 
2013-11-24 06:45:10 PM
two things
1. Your dog has 40 brain cells. Please dont incapacitate 25% of his fragile little mind. It just freaks him out. (Experience)

2. Way back in the way back, I had a college buddy who would let us smoke pot at his apt. He had a chinchilla. Wonderfully soft and sweet animal. We go over and toke, as was the plan. The Dude gets giggly and feeds a nug about the size of my dime nail to his chinchilla (from his stash so I didnt care). Little guy saw it and just went hog wild on it

(Fast forward 30 stoner minutes)

We look over and that farking thing was going APE shiat in its' cage. Just jumping off of everything real fast to the point where it was concerning. The Dude goes and tries to calm it down. It relaxes after he pets it for a bit. and puts her back in the cage. Then it saw its dust bath. (for those not familiar, chinchillas have this dust bath thing, where they roll in dust. Its for their fur, I think.) We look over and it has been rolling in the dust bath for about 15 minutes, to the point where it looks like a fog machine coming out of the dust bowl.

We died laughing.... But his chinchilla, she died for real. farking croaked in her dust bowl. We think that it died from inhaling too much dust and clogged its lungs, though perhaps it was a heart attack. We left The Dudes house, and he was very very upset. Sold us some bags and we were out.

/ Friends dont let friends let their pets do drugs.
 
2013-11-24 10:01:08 PM

trickymoo: two things
1. Your dog has 40 brain cells. Please dont incapacitate 25% of his fragile little mind. It just freaks him out. (Experience)

2. Way back in the way back, I had a college buddy who would let us smoke pot at his apt. He had a chinchilla. Wonderfully soft and sweet animal. We go over and toke, as was the plan. The Dude gets giggly and feeds a nug about the size of my dime nail to his chinchilla (from his stash so I didnt care). Little guy saw it and just went hog wild on it

(Fast forward 30 stoner minutes)

We look over and that farking thing was going APE shiat in its' cage. Just jumping off of everything real fast to the point where it was concerning. The Dude goes and tries to calm it down. It relaxes after he pets it for a bit. and puts her back in the cage. Then it saw its dust bath. (for those not familiar, chinchillas have this dust bath thing, where they roll in dust. Its for their fur, I think.) We look over and it has been rolling in the dust bath for about 15 minutes, to the point where it looks like a fog machine coming out of the dust bowl.

We died laughing.... But his chinchilla, she died for real. farking croaked in her dust bowl. We think that it died from inhaling too much dust and clogged its lungs, though perhaps it was a heart attack. We left The Dudes house, and he was very very upset. Sold us some bags and we were out.

/ Friends dont let friends let their pets do drugs.


I hope you're not serious, one cell is quite a bit smaller than you must think it is. Your dog shouldn't let YOU into HIS stash...
 
2013-11-24 10:05:57 PM

George Babbitt: How does getting your dog/cat stoned not fall under animal abuse considering they can't consent and don't understand what they are being forced to partake in?


There's a difference in shoving your pet in a box and filling it with smoke and hoping they like it, and them approaching because they know what they're getting into and waiting patiently to get smoke blown at them. I support sharing with your pet in a purely voluntary setting, they can leave if they want, or hang out and smoke. I've never forced my cat to smoke, he can run off if and when he wants.
 
2013-11-24 10:21:39 PM

bigsmellypenis: they know


Really? Did they ever tell you that?
 
2013-11-24 11:05:05 PM

George Babbitt: bigsmellypenis: they know

Really? Did they ever tell you that?


Ah yes the ever popular 'quote a couple words out of a whole sentence and comment on that'. You must be a journalist.

Animals may not be able to communicate verbally which you are sarcastically implying, but they are definitely able to learn from experience, which is how they learn where to eat and shiat especially in a domesticated setting. Blow smoke at them once, they either enjoy it and come around when they smell you have it, or avoid being near it if they don't dig it. Simple, nonverbal communication- so, yeah 'they told me'
 
2013-11-25 12:11:47 AM

bigsmellypenis: they know what they're getting into

. . . purely voluntary

There's a few more words which are grouped into the bullshiat idea that an animal can give consent.

informed consent: the ability to say "yes" to something potentially dangerous, risky, or just plain fun, without coercion (such as a physical threat) and being of sound mind (such as being free of the influence of drugs). This forms the basis of the "consent" part. It also requires having been made fully aware of the risks and activities involved as comprehensively as possible, which is the "informed" part.

No animal can satisfy these basic requirements in order to give consent, and especially not when they are partaking in psychotropic drugs. All animals are by definition not decisionally-capacitated to give consent.
 
2013-11-25 09:34:23 AM
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How about some Panama Red. I can get you Panama Red.
 
2013-11-25 11:43:11 AM

bigsmellypenis:

I hope you're not serious, one cell is quite a bit smaller than you must think it is. Your dog shouldn't let YOU into HIS stash...


Haha! Hyperbole took an arrow to the knee.
 
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