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    Well the other night ended up with a trip to the emergency Vet Hospital in the next town over thinking Lola was dying. The started getting lethargic then she started to shake from side to side while her paws went out from under her. I thought she was having a seizure. She then fell over and went to sleep only to start heaving and lose control of her bladder. Turned out she ingested some marijuana while we were playing at the park and she was actually stoned. Vet said the amount ingested would not cause long term damage and to take her home and feed her a fatty meal. Very scary night but now it's a kinda funny story. The Vet said we would be surprised at how many dogs end up there for the same thing.

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    OMG so she found something that was dropped and ate it?
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    Wow!! Maybe she could work for the DEA! Holy smokes!

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    That is scary. Poor Lola and poor you - I am glad she will be okay.
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    OMG, how scary! I'm glad Lola is feeling better. Did she get the munchies?? We have to now re name her Cheech and Floyd can be Chong!
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    That must have been really scary, so glad Lola is okay. How did the vet figure out what was causing the symptoms?
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    Wow!!!! How scary! How's she doing today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikinggirl View Post
    That must have been really scary, so glad Lola is okay. How did the vet figure out what was causing the symptoms?
    She said they have dogs in weekly because of this, people dropping the end of their joints in parks, beaches and trails. She had every symptom they look for. What I thought was a seizure they call the bobble head, lethargic, loss of bladder control, no balance. Lola had every symptom. When we took her out of the kennel and sat her in front of me they asked me not to touch her so we could see what happened and she just tipped over sideways in slow motion. But it all started to pass within a few hours thankfully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    OMG so she found something that was dropped and ate it?
    Yes we had been in the park playing, and Lola likes to eat everything edible and non edible.

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    Wow!!!! How scary! How's she doing today?
    She was back to herself by morning. Acting normal and full of energy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brutus77 View Post
    OMG, how scary! I'm glad Lola is feeling better. Did she get the munchies?? We have to now re name her Cheech and Floyd can be Chong!
    The vet made a joke about her having the munchies and that I needed to go feed her a fatty meal...lol...I guess it actually helps them to feel better when they eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Lola View Post
    Well the other night ended up with a trip to the emergency Vet Hospital in the next town over thinking Lola was dying. The started getting lethargic then she started to shake from side to side while her paws went out from under her. I thought she was having a seizure. She then fell over and went to sleep only to start heaving and lose control of her bladder. Turned out she ingested some marijuana while we were playing at the park and she was actually stoned. Vet said the amount ingested would not cause long term damage and to take her home and feed her a fatty meal. Very scary night but now it's a kinda funny story. The Vet said we would be surprised at how many dogs end up there for the same thing.
    Holy smokes!! who's marijuana plant was that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by harveyspecter View Post
    Holy smokes!! who's marijuana plant was that?
    It wasn't a plant it would have been the end of a joint. She must of picked it up at the park while she was playing. Although the vet did give me that look like sure she didn't get into it at home.

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