Katie Price expressed her shock after she was illegally advised to give him puppy rolo cannabis oil before he stopped breathing in the armchair.
The former glamor model, 42, may face investigation for giving CBD oil to a dog after giving dog breeders the substance in a ‘puppy hamper’.
The late French Bulldog, bought as a gift for his daughter Princess’s 13th birthday, fell asleep under an electric chair after suffocating after a non-psychoactive marijuana derivative and later sitting in the family’s nanny chair.
Horror: Katie Price expresses her shock after she was illegally advised to give puppy Rollo cannabis oil to her before she stopped breathing in the armchair.
Katie told the Mirror that she was unaware that it was illegal to give a dog a substance without a veterinary prescription under the Veterinary Medicines Regulations 2013.
The publication states that offenders can face a fine of up to two years or a maximum of imprisonment.
Katie has since revealed that a veterinarian told her to give the puppy CBD oil, which may have prompted her to look for a comfortable place to sleep like a chair.
Sad: The late French Bulldog, bought as a gift for his daughter Princess’s 13th birthday, fell asleep under an electric chair with marijuana oil and later suffocated after the family nanny sat in the chair.
A spokeswoman for Katie said: ‘Katie was told the oil was safe for dogs. It was approved by the breeder. Katie will join Peta and any other group she needs to talk to. ‘
A source close to her added: ‘As scary as it may sound, Katie will feel a little more comfortable understanding why this roll entered space.
‘He is very frustrated by a system that allows marketing CBD oil for pets despite being illegal. There was trolling about Katie’s reaction, hate mail, death threats and Rollo’s tragic incident. As a family they continue to mourn. ‘
Penalty: Former glamor model, 42, reported facing dog breeders may face investigation for giving CBD oil to dog after gifting a ‘puppy barrier’ substance
Dog breeders who sold puppies to Coty told the news outlet that they had no idea they were breaking the law and claimed that dogs could not sleep from it because of the lack of THC.
They further stated that they suggested giving the puppy a very small amount and suggested that they do not know how much Katie gave to Rollo.
Mail has contacted Katie’s representative and the dog breeder for comments online
In July, daughter Price was criticized by animal rights activists after her daughter Princess Puppy Rollo was tragically suffocated.
The French Bulldog died after the reality star got stuck in an electric armchair while packing some bags in another room, The Mirror reported.
The Rolo Princess was given as a birthday present and the third dog in the family to die in tragic circumstances.
Tragic: Katie was insulted by animal rights activists after her daughter, Princess ‘Puppy Rollo’, was caught in an electric armchair.
Katie has been condemned online by animal rights activists since news of her latest tragic dog trash spread, and many have even contacted breeders.
Elisa Allen, director of the animal rights group PETA, told the Mirror: ‘Katie should not be allowed to collect any more animals.
“At least three dogs and a horse have died on his watch in the last few years … because of his attitude, their animals are at stake.”
The RSPCA, however, said it could not comment on whether it had received a complaint about the reality star’s animal for legal reasons.
Crash: Rolo was given to the princess (pictured together) as a gift for her 13th birthday
Dog breeder JRC Bully took them to their Instagram page after animal lovers started questioning them about why the princess was given the dog.
They asked if people had stopped sending ‘unprincipled hate messages’ and would post a video on Friday explaining why the doll was given to the family.
They wrote: ‘The result of our decision has obviously upset many animal lovers, and I apologize from the bottom of my heart for reading this tragic incident to you, but we can be 100% sure that we will do our best to move Rollo with his new family. For.
Heartbroken: JRC Bully, who reproduced Rollo, wrote on Instagram that people had asked him to stop posting “hateful comments” (left) and shared Katie’s support (right) message.
Speaking: The breeders also said that they will be giving thanks to the Princess for giving the dog in a video they planned for Friday, as well as for supporting their followers.
‘Yes you might say I shouldn’t have given the puppy but I’ll explain the reason for my decision tomorrow, because I don’t need to comment on the text phone now.
‘We are a huge family in those JRCs, we love and sacrifice our animals and we really love all the people who support us and follow us and send their message to hundreds, thank you very much.’
The JRC bully also told the Mirror that they were ‘heartbreaking’ and told Katie not to leave the puppy on her own.
He is thought to have rang the agency to inform them of Rollo’s death, explaining that he was packing in another room at the time. It is also learned that his five-year-old daughter Bonnie found the doll.
Tragedy: Real TV star and his daughter reportedly disturbed after death of their dog