Despite serious health risks related to smoking synthetic marijuana, the drug still has its fans — and it continues to cause trouble. Hallam Melville Gugelmann, a medical toxicology fellow at the University of San Francisco, California, who treated the patient, told CBS News. The investigators suspected that the dog had been poisoned as a result of eating the drug rather than inhaling second-hand smoke, Gugelmann said.

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