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AN INCREASING NUMBER OF SALINAS DOGS HAVE BEEN OVERDOSING ON MARIJUANA.  PET HOSPITALS ARE SEEING A RISE OF OWNERS BRINGING IN THEIR SICK AND DISORIENTED CANINES AFTER THEY HAVE EATEN THE PLANT.   OWNERS HAVE ADMITTED TO LEAVING THEIR POT OUT IN THE OPEN OR BLOWING SMOKE INTO THEIR DOG’S FACE.   VETERINARIANS SAY EXPOSURE TO CANNABIS CAN BE LIFE-THREATENING TO CANINES, CAUSING NEUROLOGICAL TOXICITY UNLIKE THE EFFECT HUMANS EXPERIENCE.

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