Seattle CannaCon 2019, one of the largest cannabis industry events, is largely a showcase for entrepreneurs.

There was a time when a dog like Max, a brindle Dutch shepherd with perfect pointy ears, would've made marijuana users paranoid.

But Max wasn't at the Seattle CannaCon this week to sniff out marijuana, he was there to show growers how to protect it.

"This is immediate recognition," Wade Morrell said gesturing to Max. He means that any prowler looking to break into a marijuana grow would see Max and immediately recognize they shouldn't. 

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Neal McNamara ~ Patch.com

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