Hi everyone, Just to preface this story a bit.... A while back, BF gave Koji some weed and continues to give him a bit sometimes (we're worried that it helps with some sort of pain Koji doesn't show because Koji really really really loves the stuff, so we continue to do it). He gave some to him on Sunday evening, then Monday morning (I'll explain more below). It's been 24 hours since he's gotten any and at the amounts we give him, it's usually out of his system in about 4-6 hours. So, yesterday morning, Koji was being super clingy. Don't get me wrong, he's always clingy, but this was more like, you left the room, he follows and whines. That's when BF gave him some weed, but he was still whiny/clingy. I was at home with a migraine so he got his cuddle time for a bit. We slept until I went to work around 1pm. When I took him out in the evening, I noticed he was dragging his rear left paw. Usually, he's still not high after 10 hours, but if the stuff was super strong, he could be. So I gave it 24 hours. He's still dragging his paw this morning and can't squat really because it's like he doesn't have the muscle to hold himself up. It doesn't look any worse, but definitely not any better. Watching him poop broke my heart. ETA: He just got up and then wouldn't walk when I took him to the bedroom. Ugh. And as I was talking to BF, I felt his hip area and it's warm compared to the rest of his body. Inflammation I would think. Poor Koji! I took this photo yesterday evening after our short walk. Do you see how his backend is sloping? Sooo not good. I moved his leg, felt around, put pressure, he didn't wince, react, anything. I don't even know what to do at this point. It's like, he's himself (eating grass, eating junk on the ground, barking at dogs, excited for breakfast), except that he's being clingy and has a bum leg. I want to say it reminds me of someone having a stroke. Sigh. I'm assuming he's still not high, he's alert and awake, but he lies down and doesn't want to move. I don't want to go to the vet, but you know I will.