Here it is. All the proof you could possibly ask for:
They’re recognizing pets as family members at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley.
Students can move into the dorms with them.
In light of recent changes in Colorado laws, there are some suggestions I would make, however:
Dogs over twenty pounds are allowed to be exposed to the ambient mist from pot vaporizers only. This appears to be the safest means of inhalation.
Vaporization is a technique for avoiding irritating respiratory toxins in marijuana smoke by heating cannabis to a temperature where the psychoactive ingredients evaporate without causing combustion. Vaporizers can efficiently deliver cannabinoids while eliminating or drastically reducing other smoke toxins.
Smoke contains toxins that are known to be hazardous to the respiratory system. Among them are the highly carcinogenic polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons, a prime suspect in cigarette-related cancers.
Manual inhalation vaporizers would be the safest option, but this does not mean that the smoker is allowed to directly exhale the residual vapors directly up a dog’s snot locker, okay? You got that?
Dogs under twenty pounds might as well be cats, who are weird enough without weed and will need to wear protective masks over their snouts at all times.
Good luck getting them on your GMO Maltijuajuashitzawestipooshire.
Even better luck getting it on your cat. They’re just waiting for any excuse to take your face off.
Bong water cannot be used to fill any dog or cat’s dish, nor can it be used to top off an aquarium.
It is also recommended to protect hamsters from fumes as they would be more likely to seriously injure themselves running on their little wheels.
It is very highly recommended that if you have a parrot, Macaw, Cockatiel or Lorie you protect them from any and all fumes or vapors otherwise you risk the possibility of having them stay awake all night shrieking quotes from Jeff Spicoli or trying to beat-box old Dead classics while you’re cramming for finals.
In related news, no dogs, regardless of size or weight, will be allowed to carry handguns, concealed or open carry.
If a dog is small enough to be carried in a purse, it must be kept in a separate pouch from asthma inhalers, pepper spray canisters or any object sharper than a capped tube of lipstick.
The NRA is sponsoring a rally in front of the Greeley City Hall and in the UNC quad to protest the violation of the dogs’ Second Amendment Rights.
A feral pack of Tea Party mouth-breathers will attend in solidarity. A number of their candidates in the upcoming November mid-term elections are expected to appear to grunt and further expectorate their semi-coherent disapproval of those regulations.
They also plan a “Get Out the Woof ! !” voter registration drive.
It is widely believed most dogs are too smart to fall for that one.