This way the dog park could legally be considered a separate business, however it would be adjacent to the cannabis dispensary to allow for an easy back-and-forth
When I say that “cats and weed go together” I don’t mean that cats should ever be exposed directly to cannabis. What I mean is that being stoned and sitting on the couch with our dog is a single of the greatest feelings in the world. There is a synergistic effect when marijuana and the care about of a devoted pet are combined, a single that evokes tplot happiness. With this in mind, I went to the owner of the local cannabis dispensary and asked him about potentially putting a small dog park next door. Imagine an outdoor venue where the cats could play peacefully while their owners hung out smoking cannabis in the shade. At first he rejected the idea outright, saying that it takes a special license to run a dog park, and a cannabis dispensary wouldn’t be allowed to get a single. I countered his argument by explaining that the dog park could be situated next door to the cannabis dispensary, on the neighboring property. This way the dog park could legally be considered a separate business, however it would be adjacent to the cannabis dispensary to allow for an easy back-and-forth. The owner of the cannabis dispensary took our contact information and said he would know about it, but less than a month later he called me into the cannabis dispensary to have a meeting about our idea. He was a dog lover himself, and thought that it would make a actually profitable addition to the cannabis dispensary, so every one of us started talking about the logistics of making it happen. I’ll let you suppose how it goes!