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Girlfriend got the results from the vet that her dog has high-grade lymphoma and could die before 2 months. She's open to trying cannabis for the poor little guy, if only improve his life during the coming days. I read up on other pet owners using cannabis oil to give their pets a better quality of life for lymphoma and other cancer types. The sites were saying dogs are very treatment responsive and make a full remission..somewhere in neighborhood of 60-90%. But those numbers come from conventional treatment methods, i.e.: chemotherapy/surgery. Chemo will turn him into a nauseated mess
Does anyone have any experience of using the great medicine on their pets? I obviously don't want to give him an uber-high dose of cannabutter because I can't give him raw juice. I have a ton of trim but there seems to be conflicting reports on merely dried plant matter still being psychoactive...even though the cannabinoids are still bound with their carboxyl groups...
of course I want to give him a battery of maximum but "comfortable" doses to try and beat this thing.