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Old 12-25-2019, 11:55 PM #11
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I trained dogs at a local prison as part of a volunteer program and although, I didn't train the drug dogs, I was working with the trainers that did. Believe me, they know every trick. And, they are way ahead of us with all the diversion tactics.





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This reminds me of a cruise I took with my family out of Miami. I brought an oz for the trip and had no issues walking onto the ship with it when we boarded. But when we returned, I knew we'd have to go thru customs. I didn't want to throw it out so I wrapped it a number of times and stuck it under my balls. Customs was walking up and down the rows with dogs, letting them smell the luggage and people. I was younger, just a kid, and just wandered away anytime I saw one of the dogs was heading in my direction. They were anxious times............
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I thought about leaving a jar of hemp buds out as a decoy, but figured if cops were that close that decoy wouldn't help. Maybe on paraphernalia... maybe.
if you were legally growing high CBD hemp for personal use in a greenhouse, permit & all ($250 here for up to 5 acres) could (and would) a dog be able to differentiate between the surrounding hemp and the odor of a real plant among them? maybe hiding in plain sight is the answer to my problems...
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if you were legally growing high CBD hemp for personal use in a greenhouse, permit & all ($250 here for up to 5 acres) could (and would) a dog be able to differentiate between the surrounding hemp and the odor of a real plant among them? maybe hiding in plain sight is the answer to my problems...
Now that is an interesting and intelligent Q
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If you're going to make that crossing, how about having a friend who isn't holding, go down to the pound and pretend they want to adopt a female dog in heat ?

Then spend time petting it - wearing the same clothes they will fly in.

I'm sure CBP has already thought of that (possibly because they also read ICMag) but well it's an idea.
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Think the dogs are not trained for thc so this might work.
Where i live they would come to a legal hemp grow and randomly pick 10 plants for them to analyse and 10 for yourselfe to analyse and if thc is above 0.3 you got a problem
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sprinkle pepper
Maybe the dog hits on specific terpenes. Which are also in pepper.

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could (and would) a dog be able to differentiate between the surrounding hemp and the odor of a real plant among them?
Wouldn't the dog be more likely to be most interested in what it was trained on, which is not hemp? Anyone who would jeopardize their license and ability to get future licenses for a plant that doesn't look or smell like the others would be stupid, even by cannabiz standards.
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