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Report: More Parents Hiring Drug-Sniffing Dogs To Find Kids’ Pot

According to a report by NPR, a growing number of parents are hiring drug-sniffing dogs to search their teens’ bedrooms and find out if they are using illegal substances, leading to a rise in private businesses that train and rent out detection dogs. What do you think?

  • “I’d hire a dog to do all my parenting if I could.”

    Cooper Friedman
    Teleprompter Scripter
  • “Whatever happened to tricking your kid into letting you into her confidence by telling her some stories about how crazy the ’70s were, waiting for her to lower her guard, and then bringing the hammer down?”

    Mary-Ann Keller
    Pasta Maker
  • “I just wish there was an easier way to tell my children I love them.”

    Kurt Malone
    Software Upgrader