Dogs on Marijuana is not a good idea!

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Whether animals are mistreated in Quebec or else where in the world,
Clanimal shall not stay indifferent to human stupidity nor human
goodness either.

Presently, mayor “Bully Coderre” demonstrate an unequivocal disgust
for, not only “Pit bull” type dogs, he shows it as well towards all
responsible dog guardians of Montreal, with Section 21 of by-laws
16-060.

So join Clanimal.com to get rid of this by-law, by sharing our
editorial “Bully Coderre” and
Section 21…”
   as much as possible!”

It may seem logical, or almost banal, to say that these animals
should not smoked.

However, our companions, like dogs, often use
drugs unwittingly and even without their masters also realizing.

This is the case of Betsy Gotbaum’s dog, Harry, a beautiful
five-month-old puppy.

One day, his master noticed that Harry did
not eat, did not drink and that he was very quiet whereas usually
it’s a ball of energy. In no time, she brought her faithful
companion to the veterinarian.

Betsy, who believed that his pet had a neurological problem was
under the influence of marijuana.

This is not a unique phenomenon,
since every day in one of the four Blue Pearl clinics, a case of
this kind occurs. For its part, Animal Medical Center admits to
treat several cases per week.

Fortunately, the side effects last only a few days. However,
always be careful and ensure that our companion doesn’t eat or
touch anything suspicious even during daily walking.

For all the details on this phenomenon, visit nytimes.com.

And for you to live a beautiful story as well with a companion, start
by completing Matchmaking Dogs
with you
” our questionnaire that matches a dog to your
personality!

And please share it with your friends and family to help
another dog and its future guardian!

Source: NY Times

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Amelie Delobel

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