Narcotic Detection Dogs
Narcotic Dog Associations
California Narcotic Canine Association
The California Narcotic Canine Association is a group that offers several benefits for
its members, including "an information hotline to assist handlers with case law issues
for court cases" and "expert narcotic canine trainers as witnesses to assist in the
successful prosecution of cases."
National Narcotic Detector Dog Association (NNDDA)
Pacific Northwest Police Detection Dog Association (PNWPDDA)
"The Pacific Northwest Police Detection Dog Association is an organization dedicated
towards enhancing the professionalism and training of detection dog handlers throughout
the Pacific Northwest. Member states and provinces include Alaska, Idaho, Oregon,
Washington and British Columbia, Canada."
Training, Purchasing, and Service Centers*
This is an excellent webpage for anyone who has a narcotic dog or is interested in
getting one. It has many books available for purchase for both narcotic dogs and bomb
A website good for the purchase of narcotic dogs and videos.
Little Rock K-9 Academy
This web page was created by the Little Rock K-9 Academy mainly for people interested
in obtaining narcotic detection dogs. They sell trained narcotic dogs and offer
obedience trainingfor civilian dogs.
Long Island K-9 Services
This company trains dogs for both narcotic and explosive detection
Southern Hills Kennels
Offers training for both bomb and drug dogs. Located in Daytona, Florida.
Interquest Detection Canines
This firm offers both narcotic and explosive detection services and training
throughout the United States.
Hill Country Dog Center
Provides dog training services. Located in Texas.
Prevention Education and Training Service (PETS)
Offers both training services and education for schools.
There are many more training centers and companies out there. This list is
definitely NOT all-inclusive. To find more in your area, try going to
google (or any other search engine) and searching
for narcotic dogs in your area.
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Basic Narcotic Detection Dog Training by Jack Robicheaux and John A. R.
Jons. [Available at Amazon.com]
*The UC Center for Animal Alternatives does not
support or guarantee any of these companies.