Police Trained to Reverse Their Dogs’ Overdoses

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With the rise of powerful synthetic opioids, it’s vital that police officers know how to protect their K-9 partners should they be exposed to a substance such as fentanyl or carfentanil — both much stronger and more deadly than heroin, the Baltimore Sun reports. Maryland police departments have been training officers in their K-9 units on how to administer an opioid . . .

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