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The cannabis for pets industry is steadily growing. Last year, pet owners spent approximately $15 million on hemp-derived pet products in the United States alone. Experts are confident that these numbers will go as high as $125 million by 2022. 

Cannabis is used to treat an array of pet conditions, including 

-Nausea 

-Anxiety 

-Seizures 

-Appetite problems

Just as in humans, the use of cannabis to treat pet conditions can cause a variety of side effects, such as extreme sedation and stomach upset. 

It is, therefore, important for pet owners to understand how various types of cannabis for pets work. This knowledge will not only allow them to choose the ideal cannabis treatment for their pets but will also help guarantee the safety of their pets. 

Marijuana Toxicity in Pets

Pet owners are advised to be very careful when using cannabis to treat pet conditions. One of the things to be mindful of is the dosage. While the right dosage can treat various pet conditions, overdosing may result in toxicity. 

In most cases, cannabis toxicity in pets occurs when the pet stumbles upon its owners weed, cannabis-infused products, concentrates, oils, or butter and consumes it.

Common signs of cannabis intoxication in pets include

-Tremors 

-Lethargy 

-Seizures 

-Agitation 

-Crying 

-Coma 

-Vomiting 

Most of the time, when a pet ingests cannabis, it will feel uncomfortable and have glassy eyes. These are mild symptoms of intoxication that disappear after a while. However, if the pet shows severe signs of intoxication, it is advisable to seek veterinary assistance. 

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