Our teams are available 24 hours a day to respond to a request from local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.
How can our dogs be of service to your organization?
- An overdue hiker in a wilderness area
- A missing child or run away
- A missing Alzheimer's or Dementia patient
- A drowning victim in a lake
- To locate human remains after a fire or natural disaster
- An area where there may be human remains buried
Understanding terrain, air temperature, humidity, wind direction and missing person behavior helps the team develop the best search strategy for a positive outcome.
Our Air Scent Teams are Certified A.W.D.A / American Working Dog Association in Wilderness Area Search.
Human Remains detection is another specialized skill which teams are trained to search for human remains on land or in water. We start with the HRD foundations of training and build up to assisting law enforcement on locating human remains.
Our Cadaver teams are certified by A.W.D.A / American Working Dog Association.
Trailing dogs are trained to follow the path that a missing person has taken. The handlers are taught how to appropriately collect scent articles and use their dogs to determine direction of travel. Trailing dogs frequently work on trails that are 24 to 36 hours old.
Trailing dogs typically work on lead.