My puppies tail had to be docked due to a bad bacterial infection. He is in so much pain and discomfort. I have done a lot of research about the benefits of cannabis, taken in its many forms. It's amazing what it does do! I use it personally for my own issues and its been the only thing that has even helped. I too have also had a struggle with pain meds and so feel very passionate about any alternative that is natural. I was so relieved to find your posts about Sophie. Some proof that someone else feels that dogs do respond to cannabis and can respond well. So now after caring for my pup he is soooo much more comfortable now! It's helped so many issues he was having with this surgery. I just wanted to thank you so very much for making the time to write about your experience and updating. It has helped me and my puppy!!!! Thank you!!!!View Thread
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