Russ1642: Can't they train the dogs to somehow indicate what drug they're detecting?
beantowndog: Why would they forget how to bark on command?
Cymbal: I think the dogs will be of some use to China, and some other Asian countries. Unlike Americans, they know how to find alternate uses for something that has outlived it's primary purpose.
tricycleracer: 1. Put training pot dogs up for sale.2. Sell to forgetful potheads who always loses their stash.3. Profit!
King Something: they might as well be barking because the guy has steak or a cat in his car.
scottydoesntknow: Russ1642: Can't they train the dogs to somehow indicate what drug they're detecting?Heh that would be pretty funny.Cocaine - dog starts scratching nose and thinking it's invincibleCrack - dog starts itching around the neck and begging other dogs for treats to feeds its habitSpeed - dog starts spinning really fast in circlesBath-salts - dog leaps at its handler's face and just starts tearing it apart
tricycleracer: tricycleracer: Put training pot dogs up for sale.Wow, that was a clusterfark of words.
King Something: beantowndog: Why would they forget how to bark on command?It's not that simple. They've been trained to bark when they smell pot (or when the handler gives the "say this guy has pot so that we can legally beat him to within an inch of his life and steal all his worldly possessions without the slightest chance of repercussions" command). If pot is not illegal, the dogs' barks become worthless to the cops -- they might as well be barking because the guy has steak or a cat in his car.
tricycleracer: Put training pot dogs up for sale.
BunkoSquad: A spokesdog, asked about the prospects of former police dogs on the job market, admitted that the outlook was "rough".
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