Colorado Pets Increasingly Victims of Marijuana Poisoning


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  • Vet clinics across Colorado are seeing an increase in the number of pets --primarily dogs -- that have ingested marijuana, which can be toxic. The first increase was noted in 2005 and correlated with an increase in the number of medical-marijuana users. Since the passage last November of Amendment 64 which legalized small amounts of marijuana for recreational use, some vet hospitals have seen a 30 percent increase in cases of toxicity.

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