Summer is here and the heat can overtake your pet before you know it. Be aware of signs of heat stress in your pup, and know what to do if it happens. Signs of heat stress: -Excessive panting -Stumbling -Unable to cool down with rest and shade -Temperature over 103 degrees To reduce body temp: -Submerge dog in cool (not cold) water, indoor tub is ideal, but hose or pool …Read More
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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
Team Interquest won first place in the Ducks Unlimited Lone Star Flyaway Sporting Clays Tournament! Team members left to right include: Harold Wood, Betsy Grubs, Brian Bruce and Glen Myers. Pictured alone: Jesse Farmer Congrats on your achievements!
Reposted from Pawsitively Pets Keep your pets indoors! There is less chance that your pet will run away if they are kept inside in a nice, warm and cozy area that makes them feel safe. Many pets become anxious and scared when they hear fireworks popping outside. Try playing some nice music or put on some good doggy or kitty TV for them to listen to in the background …Read More
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 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