Recreational marijuana and some medical cannabis-based products contain tetrahydrocannabinol, a psychotropic compound that is not good for pets in any amount. Dogs in particular are attracted to cannabis, and keeping them safe requires storing products appropriately, being aware of the signs of exposure and contacting a veterinarian immediately if pets manage to consume cannabis, write Colleen Dell, Erin Wasson and Kevin Cosford.
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