A 6-pound Chihuahua named Peanut ate a marijuana-laced cookie belonging to a guest of Reddit user Choices63, and despite getting a bit paranoid (been there), the dog was pretty cool about the emergency vet visit and generally really chill. Noice.
We took him to a local university vet medical school. He only weighs 6 lbs so we were concerned about how much he had, plus there was some chocolate in the cookie so just wanted to be safe. What was funny is they weren't phased at all - clearly not the first time they had seen a stoned animal. He's generally a very happy dog but this was definitely a dose of paranoid pot. In addition to not being able to stand, he was very jittery and afraid. Poor guy :( They kept him about 10 hours, induced vomiting and gave him some kind of charcoal activated something to help soak up the rest. He was pretty normal by the time we got him home.
Glad that Peanut is okay, and hopefully he says NO to drugs in the future.
(Editor's note: although it's harder for dogs to eat too much raw pot, they can metabolize uncooked weed, unlike humans, and get really high. The risk for edibles is even higher, and the owners were correct to go to the vet. Edibles can contain very high levels of the drug and it can have much worse effects for dogs than humans. They also often contain chocolate, a poison for dogs. Always take your dog to the vet if they eat edibles. It's usually advisable for raw pot as well, depending on the amount and the dog's size.)