Share Tweet Share PinWe’ve all heard the tale— your dog ate your pot cookie and will not move. Watching your fur baby’s lifeless body lying on the floor, unresponsive but still breathing can be a horrifying experience for a pet parent.
While cannabis consumers know the feeling of “couch lock,” pets are unfamiliar with this sensation and first react by, well, not moving. Of course, this is an oversimplified explanation of their behavior. In fact, a lot of potentially dangerous things are happening to your dog when he or she consumes edibles. But immobility is the surest sign something has gone terribly wrong. Thankfully, this has never happened to my dogs, Charger and Mary Jane. While much of this is due to the fact that they’ve had a pretty disciplined upbringing and know not to get into food that is not theirs, it’s also because I take precautions to be sure they can’t get into it even if they wanted to.
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