Marijuana Ingestion in Dogs | Pot poisoning

It is not good that your dog ate marijuana but what is even worse is not consulting with a veterinarian.  Do be sure to consult with a veterinarian as soon as you know it happened.  Speed is essential as there is a window where the dog can be made to vomit and reduce the clinical signs. Veterinarians are NOT required to report the use of marijuana to authorities and they deal with this problem all the time.

Here are the Clinical signs:
Abdominal pain
ANOREXIA, HYPOREXIA
Ataxia, incoordination
Bark, increased vocalization
Bark, voice change, dysphonia
BEHAVIOR CHANGE
Behavioral change, aggression
BRADYCARDIA
Cachexia, weight loss
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS) SIGNS
Circling
Collapse of patient
Coma, unconsciousness
Conjunctival hyperemia
CONJUNCTIVITIS
CONVULSIONS, SEIZURES, FITS
Dehydration
DIARRHEA
Disoriented
Dysmetria
FEVER
GAIT ABNORMAL
Head pressing
Head tilt
HYPERESTHESIA
Hypersalivation
Hypotension
Hypothermia
Malaise, depression, dullness
Mydriasis
Nausea
NYSTAGMUS, EYE MOVEMENT RAPID
Oliguria
Polydipsia
Polyuria
Rising difficulty
Scleral injection
Sleep inappropriate
Syncope
TACHYCARDIA
Tachypnea, Hyperpnea, Hyperventilation
Tetraparesis, Quadriparesis
TREMORS
Unable to stand
Urinary incontinence
VOMITING
Walking difficulty
WEAKNESS, PARESIS, ASTHENIA
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Synonyms:
THC
Hashish
Hemp
Tetrahydrocannabinol
Cannabis sativa
Marijuana poisoning
THC poisoning
Hemp poisoning
Cannabis toxicosis
Cannabis poisoning