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drugs sniffing pets

keep your kid out of drugs
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police should offer free training to your pet dogs to detect and point out and bark when they detect drugs, so there's no way your kid is going to come home smelling like drugs, with drugs in his/her pocket, or have any in his/her room or any place in the house, also, your pet dog could detect if any of your kid friends is carrying some drugs that could be given to your kid.

I am aware of the different capabilities that different races of dogs have, some dogs will excel while others will not be so good, but wouldn't you want, for the sake of your kids, to have the best security possible? training your chihuahua to the maximum level a chihuahua can. it would be like having a lovable cop inside your home, protecting your house even more, you can be secure that your house is drugs free, and it reduces the possibilities that your kid is going to do drugs, because he knows the day he comes with drugs or drugged, he will be detected. and that cop is untouchable, because its the pet, if an "unfortunate accident" happens to the pet after you announce that it has been trained for smelling drugs, you know someone in your house is doing drugs. if your pet got someone in trouble, some would seek for revenge, but they have to care that nothing happen to the dog because they will be the first to be suspected. that would also keep your kids of having friends that do drugs, they wouldn't like them near the house, so they are going to get closer to the friends that can come to his/her house, and more separated from the drugged ones. and the drugged ones know that they cant come to see your kid.

If the government is interested in having less people doing drugs, wouldn't they want, if possible, to have a cop inside your house to check that there are no drugs there, 24/7? now they can, and they don't have to pay them a salary, the owners are going to take care of them. who will pay for the process? the parents, with their taxes. it will not reduce the family finance, because they already are providing food and shelter for the pet.

canoro, Mar 04 2010

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FlyingToaster, Mar 04 2010
  

       I thought this was for when you forgot where you put them.
po, Mar 04 2010
  

       who forgets ;-)
blissmiss, Mar 04 2010
  

       "Ah! Look - here comes Tarquin, and his faithful dog Snitch".
coprocephalous, Mar 04 2010
  

       <insert lifelong resentment towards hellspawned mother>
daseva, Mar 04 2010
  

       pets are supposed to be your friends!
xandram, Mar 04 2010
  

       besides which I disagree with the sub-title. there are other ways to keep away or teach your children about drugs. Trust is one of them.
xandram, Mar 04 2010
  

       That's cheating. They gotta learn to be covert, just like when you broke the rules being thier age.
AutoMcDonough, Mar 04 2010
  

       Interesting way to keep his/her stoner friends and dealer "friends" out of your house.   

       Nice doggy, have a bun.
FlyingToaster, Mar 04 2010
  

       But how will I get the dog to tell the difference between my kid's drugs and my own drugs?
wagster, Mar 04 2010
  

       what was it a commercial for ?
FlyingToaster, Mar 04 2010
  

       I would like to bun this idea simply for provoking the use of the word "sighthound", which opens an entire can of pronunciative worms. But I won't.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 04 2010
  

       Possibly causing the kids to not want to come home when they're on drugs, and get into real trouble.
i-Mer, Mar 05 2010
  

       I was quite disappointed to read an idea entitled "drugs sniffing pets" only to find out it was actually about pets sniffing drugs.
wagster, Mar 05 2010
  

       That's a very good point, wags.
daseva, Mar 05 2010
  

       Remember kids, if your parents ask if you do drugs, Just Say No.
pocmloc, Mar 05 2010
  

       I am aware of the different capabilities that different races of dogs have, some dogs will excel while others will not be so good, but wouldn't you want, for the sake of your kids, to have the best security possible? training your chihuahua to the maximum level a chihuahua can. it would be like having a lovable cop inside your home, protecting your house even more, you can be secure that your house is drugs free, and it reduces the possibilities that your kid is going to do drugs, because he knows the day he comes with drugs or drugged, he will be detected. and that cop is untouchable, because its the pet, if an "unfortunate accident" happens to the pet after you announce that it has been trained for smelling drugs, you know someone in your house is doing drugs. if your pet got someone in trouble, some would seek for revenge, but they have to care that nothing happen to the dog because they will be the first to be suspected. that would also keep your kids of having friends that do drugs, they wouldn't like them near the house, so they are going to get closer to the friends that can come to his/her house, and more separated from the drugged ones. and the drugged ones know that they cant come to see your kid.   

       If the government is interested in having less people doing drugs, wouldn't they want, if possible, to have a cop inside your house to check that there are no drugs there, 24/7? now they can, and they don't have to pay them a salary, the owners are going to take care of them. who will pay for the process? the parents, with their taxes. it will not reduce the family finance, because they already are providing food and shelter for the pet.
canoro, Mar 05 2010
  

       Why does junior keep sprinkling his clothes and bags with pepper?
swimswim, Mar 05 2010
  

       And what's this powder sprinkled on fido's food?
daseva, Mar 05 2010
  
      
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