Fredericton vet sees dramatic increase in dogs stoned on marijuana

Fido got the munchies? Vet sees spike in dogs stoned on marijuana

  • Dr. Dan Cartwright says more medical marijuana use means more dogs being treated for marijuana toxicity
  • Fredericton vet sees dramatic increase in dogs stoned on marijuana
  • Dr. Dan Cartwright has seen many dogs and even a few cats presenting with clinical symptoms since he began working as a veterinarian.
  • Fredericton veterinarian Dr. Dan Cartwright says he is seeing an increase in the number of dogs needing treatment for marijuana toxicity.
  • An increase in the use of medical marijuana in Canada has led to a “steady increase” in the number of dogs getting high and needing treatment for marijuana toxicity, according to a Fredericton veterinarian.

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An increase in the use of medical marijuana in Canada has led to a “steady increase” in the number of dogs getting high and needing treatment for marijuana toxicity, according to a Fredericton veterinarian.


Fredericton vet sees dramatic increase in dogs stoned on marijuana

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