Our dogs are trained to detect the scent of various drugs such as cannabis and cocaine. Dogs have a keen sense of smell and can detect odors that humans cannot. With proper training, a search dog can detect certain items even if they are sealed in plastic or buried in something intended to mask the scent.
All K9 units and their expert handlers are trained to NASDU standards and strictly adhere to British Standards.
Why Use Search Dogs?
Everyone deserves to live, work, and learn in an environment that is not only drug-free but that also feels safe and secure.
With PNK9 search dogs, you’re choosing a fast, effective, and affordable way to create a safer and healthier space for yourself and others.
Many facilities, events and buildings have rules about what you can and cannot bring inside to protect the safety of other people in the facility. PNK9 offers dog detection services to identify narcotics and remove items before they can pose a threat to the environment and occupants.
Dogs are trained to search buildings and areas as well as people.
What Contraband can search dogs detect?
Every day people find new ways to smuggle narcotics into a secure environment.
Search dogs are the only way to identify narcotics effectively and safely before they enter an area. The most common types of narcotics include:
Benefits of Search Dogs
Removing illegal substances from any given space improves safety for all people who are present. Identifying narcotics and users gives you the opportunity to remove them before they do any harm.
Dogs advanced sense of smell allows them to identify threats & locate threats quickly and much more efficiently than a human nose.
Can assist police and can be used in airports, shipping ports, music festivals as well as schools or hospitals and in private businesses in line with HR policies.
GENERAL PURPOSE SECURITY
Expert K9 handlers for your site. Our handlers are an extremely effective visual deterrent.
Our dogs are trained to detect the scent of various drugs such as cannabis, cocaine and other narcotics