What Strain Is Cookie Dawg?
What Strain Is Cookie Dawg?
Last updated : July 21, 2024

What Strain Is Cookie Dawg?


What do you get when you combine the famous Girl Scout Cookies (GSC) and Chemdawg strains? Well, you get this barking mad 70% indica-dominant hybrid delight, of course! It is also known by the name 'Dawg Cookies', but we prefer Cookie Dawg as it has a better ring to it. The strength ranges anywhere from 15-23% THC, so it's certainly got some 'bite'.

Cookie Dawg can be a tad rough on the lungs and is known for making less experienced smokers cough somewhat. Even when vaping, the chemical aftertaste can be somewhat of an irritant. That coughing is often followed by the giggles, the munchies, and a general sense of euphoria and down-right silliness. Get those Cheetos and Pringles on hand and expect a grin or two to appear on your face whilst partaking. A solid strain for sharing with a few friends.

Whilst Cookie Dawg's unlikely to be at the top of the list for those looking primarily for the medical benefits of cannabis, it's certainly not without its uses. Its standout strength is boosting appetite, but it can also be a solid anxiety reliever or anti-depressant. It's hard to feel too low when you're giggling like a schoolgirl and stuffing your face with food, right?

Now yes, there's most definitely a chemical aroma and taste present, but many people also report a distinctive 'nutty' taste, alongside hints of vanilla and honey to provide it with some sweetness. Here's something to ponder whilst stoned - if this strain were an actual dog, which breed would it be? I'm going to say Bloodhound since they possess that droopy, and red eyed look that fans of this strain are likely to find themselves emulating after a good few tokes. The Neopolitan Mastiff, Droopy Dog, and British Bulldog are also strong contenders. You're doing an image search now, right? My work here is done...



Fragrances & Flavors


  • Chemical
  • Nutty
  • Vanilla
  • Honey
  • Herby


Common Usage & Effects


  • Appetite Enhancement
  • Anti-anxiety
  • Anti-depressant


Published at : 22/03/2023