A police dog practices sniffing out a hidden object at K9 school in Stone Ridge, N.Y. A spike in the use of powerful opioids like fentanyl means both human and canine officers risk being exposed to stray particles while on the job.
A police dog practices sniffing out a hidden object at K9 school in Stone Ridge, N.Y. A spike in the use of powerful opioids like fentanyl means both human and canine officers risk being exposed to stray particles while on the job. Mike Groll AP
A police dog practices sniffing out a hidden object at K9 school in Stone Ridge, N.Y. A spike in the use of powerful opioids like fentanyl means both human and canine officers risk being exposed to stray particles while on the job. Mike Groll AP

K-9 dogs are overdosing during drug raids on the very opioids they’re investigating

November 28, 2016 9:34 AM