Prescription and Recreational Drugs

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by Anonymous

Since dogs have hypersensitive olfactory receptors they can smell drugs 100s of feet away. They also can associate a state of being with something they ingested. Always keep these things from your pet’s reach.

My WGSD got into my ADHD medicine once and ate 5xs the dose and had a bunch of tablets dissolve partially on his tongue. I took him, got his stomach pumped and it wasn’t a week later he did it again, and he did it about four times in total before I realized he was getting high on it!.

Dogs can smell the differences in prescriptions and they learn what does what if they like it. I hope this saves someone a trip to the vet emergency room, and prevents another canine speedfreak! (lol).

RIP Sir Porky 11/15/2001-07/15/2011.

Updated: November 11, 2012 — 1:22 am

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