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Smoking with pets?

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by JessicaLove, May 4, 2015.

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  1. I have a dog. Is it safe it smoke weed in the same room as her?

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  2. Yeah but don't blow it in her face or anything like that and she will be fine.
  3. I wouldn't do it.
  4. Yeah its fine a lot of dogs and cats enjoy the smell. My buddy's dog Rufus the Chihuahua, he was a total stoner in his past life I swear. He'd get excited when I opened the weed jars, and would run circles in front of my feet when packing it and smoking it. He loved getting high himself by a small hit through his ear. Absolutely loved it. I brought him with me to a dispensary once and he was more excited than at the pet store. That dog was pawing at all the jars behind the glass and had a big goofy grin on his face. I let him pick a strain for me by letting him smell a few kinds and whichever one he got most excited about I grabbed. I think it ended up being Strawberry Cough. He fucking loved pot what a stoner.

    My cat likes to come out on the porch with me when I blaze up and bask in the smoke. Relaxes him and he stretches out and paws at the floor. So I like to give him catnip so we're on a similar level of highness.

    Your dog's gonna be fine
  5. Rufus sounds like a badass. I'm trying to teach my dachshund to find weed lol.
  6. #6 beenstoned, May 4, 2015
    Last edited: May 4, 2015
    Stoner dogs are for sure a thing.
    My buddy had a dog that would follow the joint in rotation.
  7. Ha reminds me of my dealers chihuahua.

    It would come running at the sound of a lighter. And be all friendly trying to lay on your chest to get the hit ....that's if you were leaned back.

    Now my dogs. (A 3lb and a 5lb Yorkie and a Maltese) they get a wif blow it out of there noses and walk away
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