Pot for pup: Adopt an animal and this weed dispensary will give you five free pre-rolled joints

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It may not be the usual transaction in cannabis stores, but Territory Dispensary is betting that both shelter puppies and weed consumers will win big thanks to its Pups and Prerolls fundraising event this Saturday. The idea is for visitors to the outside of the dispensary’s Mesa, Ariz. location to adopt a dog and, as thanks for providing a much-needed home, to receive a few free weed pre-rolls, according to the Phoenix New Times . Revenue from the event will benefit Desert Tails Shelter, which is providing the pups and dogs fully spayed/neutered and vaccinated. Is Toby the most-liked, drug-sniffing K9 on social media? Michigan veterinarians can now legally discuss cannabis treatment options with pet owners A dog was found wandering the streets disoriented and unable to breathe after ingesting cannabis The event, the third of its type over the past year, will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Feb. 20. The transaction will be pretty simple: Adopt a pup for US$280 ($356) or a dog for US$120 ($152) and the dispensary, via Nectar Farms, will gladly hand over five free pre-rolled joints, Phoenix New Times reports. Fourteen dogs were adopted at the company’s first Pups and Prerolls event and 12 at its second (plus four more that were not yet vaccinated that day), marketing specialist Kelly Fox says, per Phoenix New Times . At the upcoming masked and socially distanced event, there will also be two litters that can’t be taken home that day, pending being vaccinated, but can certainly be adopted, the publication adds. “In the past, these have been massively successful with our medical patients, resulting in ALL dogs being adopted at both our first and second Pups and Prerolls,” notes an Instagram post by Territory . “We can’t wait to show this incredible…

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