Sometimes life can be ruff, but trust that DogHouse cannabis won’t just throw you a bone. Since the 2000s the brand has amassed a cult-level following among weed connoisseurs and even some award-winning strains. It also consistently produces quality Washington-grown cannabis by sourcing only natural ingredients.
Award-Winning Strains & Honorable Mentions
Retailing in WA, OR, MI, and soon FL, the brand has continuously improved its growing techniques and curated some of the most exotic strains out there. Their winners are the Starkiller, Scooby Snacks, and Drool strains, but there will likely be more awards to come.
If you’re looking for a potently packed strain that is rich in tasty terpenes, look no further than the Starkiller strain, containing around 24.93% THC and 0.05% CBD. It won the 2016 Dope Cup award as an indica-dominant cross of Mazar x Blueberry OG and Rare Dankness #2. The dominant terpene in this strain is caryophyllene, giving it a nutty, spicy aroma and taste. Additionally, you may also detect notes of sweet citrus and berry on the inhale. After smoking Starkiller, you may potentially feel relaxed and sleepy. Many consumers say the strain helped with their insomnia, PTSD, bodily pain, and gastrointestinal disorders.
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Scooby Snacks Strain
Another indica-dominant strain with awards under its nugs is the Scooby Snacks strain, taking home the Dope Cup Winner title in 2018. The strain was made from a cross of Platinum Girl Scout Cookies and Face Off OG, creating dense purple buds that can contain around 23% THC. When smoked, the nugs give off an earthy flavor and consumers may experience a calm, and happy high. Scooby Snacks may help aid in medical issues such as depression, stress, and insomnia. Much of the taste and effects come from the dominant terpene, B-Myrcene.
The most recent champion of the DogHouse cannabis collection is the Drool strain, winning the 2019 Oregon Growers Cup. Drool is made from a cross between Gorilla Glue #4 and Dogwalker OG, producing dense forest green nugs covered in thick frosty trichomes. Additionally, the Drool strain contains about 4% terpenes, 20.4% THC, and 0.06% CBD. Bringing the nug to your nose, you may notice a highly piney aroma with a hint of sour gas. Furthermore, Drool has an earthy flavor with a funky undertone from the Gorilla Glue parent. Consuming this strain may result in a cerebral buzz with a potentially relaxing body high. The strain may potentially help alleviate symptoms of depression, mood disorders, and insomnia.
Not every strain can be a winner but, that doesn’t mean they don’t deserve a shout-out. Their other fire strains include Sundae Driver, Candy Rain, DogWaze, and Time Out, among others. If you’d like to try some of the best cannabis around, you can find DogHouse cannabis at several dispensaries in Michigan, Oregon, and Washington.