We bring a contract ensuring 100% confidentiality and never speak to Law Enforcement about any visit. Our program is one-of-a-kind and allows us to locate the narcotics in your home
Early detection of narcotics is the most effective way to stop drug abuse in your family before it’s too late. Hiring a DK9D handler-dog team is an easy, confidential, and discreet way to detect the presence of narcotics in your home. We can provide you with invaluable peace of mind, while keeping your family matters private.
Drug use can begin at a very early age. As a parent, you may be concerned about how to confirm suspicions of illegal drugs in your child’s room. These concerns can too often result in unwanted and ineffective confrontation.
A drug dog can easily solve this situation privately. Using a DK9D handler-dog team is a simple way to discreetly detect the presence of narcotics in your home, such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, MDMA, and methamphetamine.
DK9D services are completely discreet, confidential and effective. We will schedule the sniff at a day and time which you have determined is best for your situation. We will arrive at your home in an unmarked car, wearing street clothes, not uniforms.
During the sniff, if the odor of a narcotic is detected, our K9 will indicate his findings with a simple passive sit. The DK9D handler will identify the location the dog is indicating, and the rest is up to you. We will not notify law enforcement of the results of our visit.
DK9D can sniff your entire house, including the following areas:
In and around furniture
Backpacks & purses
Front and back yards
Whether you are worried about a family member’s potential drug use, or concerned that their friends could be bringing drugs into your house, you deserve to know with certainty that your house is drug-free.
Please contact our staff to discuss your options. All information is strictly confidential.
Let us work with you to set up a personalized program to keep your home drug free. Contact us so we can set up a program that meets your needs.