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March Newsletter! Kratom and Liquid LSD

Did you know? The supplement “Kratom” is becoming increasingly popular among students. It is derived from a plant, and is taken in pill form or dissolved in liquid. In lower doses, it increases alertness. In high doses, it can create an opioid-like effect. It can be addictive and it is under consideration to be classified as a Schedule 1 Controlled Substance by the DEA. For more info, clickHERE. “K-9 Korner” …Read More

September Newsletter! Dangers of Fentanyl Abuse, Back to School.

Dangers of Fentanyl Abuse Last month, the CDC released a Public Health Alert about the increase in Fentanyl related overdoses and deaths. Fentanyl is an extremely potent synthetic opioid, which is 50 times stronger than heroin. It is famously attributed to the death of the singer “Prince.”  It’s legal use is for pain management after surgery, or to treat chronic pain for patients who are physically tolerant to other opiods. …Read More

February Newsletter. Marijuana Keif, Lipstick Pipe, Flashback!

Kief is the trichome or “hair” of the mature marijuana plant. It is primarily used for making hash, but it can also be smoked or used for cooking edibles. For more info, click here. Kief find by an Interquest K-9 “K-9 Korner” Actual Finds in Schools by Interquest Canines  Marijuana pipe in form of lipstick   Flashback to 1988! Owner, Debbie Farmer all dressed up for a trade show. Mon. Feb 15, …Read More

January Newsletter. Liquid THC and Vaporizers

Liquid THC and Vaporizers  Liquid THC is the preferred option of ingestion for many marijuana users. According to the website,liquidweed.org, it is easy to consume, difficult to smell and easier to transport than traditional marijuana. It is readily available online, and it’s possible to make it at home. This is an actual recent Interquest K9 find. Vapor pens used for consuming THC liquid. These “pens” are powered by a small lithium battery and …Read More

Interquest Detection Canines Participate in Red Ribbon Week 2014

Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. The National Family Partnership organized the first nationwide Red Ribbon Campaign in 1988. Since that time, the campaign has reached millions of U.S. children. In 1997, the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (now the Department of State Health Services) began committing resources to ensure the continuation of the Red Ribbon Campaign in Texas, as …Read More

Contraband Hiding Places!

Contraband can be easy to hide, especially with products that are specifically made to conceal contraband inside common looking items. The good news is that our drug and contraband detection dogs can smell the contraband, and our handlers are trained to recognize when an item is suspicious, and will look further to make sure there is not contraband hidden. One of the most common hiding places is what looks to …Read More

Interquest Detection Canines in the News in Northern California

Check out Crikit’s visit to Red Bluff High School in Northern California. Terry and Meg Bogue have been working together Crikit for the last 5 years, and have been doing their part to promote school safety and to provide a deterrent to make students think twice about bringing things on campus that are potentially dangerous. Crikit, as well as all the Interquest dogs, is trained to detection drug odors including …Read More