Jimmy Kimmel Creates 'Air Buds' Ad For Doggie Cannabis Strains

As late night continues to poke fun at CBS’s decision not to run a medical cannabis ad during the Super Bowl, Jimmy Kimmel Live found a new take on it—advertising “Air Buds,” a cannabis product for dogs.

The fake ad shows a pack of bone-shaped joints, and list a number of new, cleverly-named strains to support it, including, “Scooby-Doobie,” “420 Dalmatians,” “Bob Marley and Me” and “Who Smoked The Dogs Out?” among others.

You know what? They might be kidding, but personally, we’d love to see a greater celebration of the many benefits that medical cannabis products can provide for pets suffering from painful or uncomfortable conditions.

Unfortunately, it’s not likely that we’ll see that before we see cannabis ads for human products. So, in the meantime, this will have to do:


At the third annual Hall of Flowers (HOF), a business-to-business cannabis industry trade show, concentrate company Pluto soft-launched its first (and limited) edition vaporizer, the Hani Stone, in collaboration with the design and tech driven hardware company, Hanu Labs. Pluto emerges from the same minds who launched the mental health and wellness-oriented CBD brand Hilani. But Pluto aspires to move beyond the terrestrial realm of wellness, and transport consumers to a world unhindered by time constraints and abounding in a diversity of characters peacefully coexisting.

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