SALT LAKE CITY -- (KSTU) -- The FBI and DEA are now involved in the "pink" investigation. The new and extremely deadly drug has law enforcement and medical professionals on edge, and not just because of the impact it can have on people.
“I worry about the field officers out there, I worry a lot about the K9s that are sniffing around in that stuff as part of their job,” said Dr. Jennifer Plumb with the University of Utah Department of Pediatrics.
K9s are sniffing out the drugs, whether it be at schools or in cars. But what are the chances of K9s being exposed to the deadly drug, and what would happen to the dog if it did?