Vets warn: don’t share your stash with Fido


Dr. Tim Hackett, director of Colorado State University’s James Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital, said such cases are more common in places where marijuana is legal for medical use — 21 states and the District of Columbia — and in Colorado and Washington state, which have legalized recreational use. But it also occurs in states where any use of marijuana is illegal, he said.

“There’s a significant correlation between the number of people using marijuana freely now and dogs being treated for a high,” he said.