Conifer Canine provides many different types of detection training: the school facilities dog, drug dog, bomb dog, cadaver dogs (HRD), bed bug detection, firearms detection, cell phone detection, contraband food detection, and more. The methods used have proven results. These environmentally stable dogs can be trained to search vehicles, outdoor and area searches, warehouses, schools, residential buildings, and can be customized to meet the particular needs of the client. All of our detection dogs are trained in on-leash basic obedience and off-leash advanced obedience. Detection dogs can sometimes be cross-trained in patrol work or tracking/trailing.
We also offer a first-class handler course designed to produce a handler/dog team which is comfortable working together and prepare them for getting results on the street. We utilize detection dog training methods that yield competent teams.
Purchasing from us means you get so much more than just a great dog!
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These dogs can be trained to your needs with either an aggressive alert or passive alert. They can be imprinted on cocaine, heroin, meth, and their derivatives or other specifications of your agency or department. Our handler courses teach proper search techniques, evidence handling, avoiding liability, and case law involving canine related searches/prosecutions.
These dogs are extremely valuable in firearms detection or therapy for traumatized individuals. These can include hospitals, nursing homes, schools, etc. These amazing dogs provide an added layer of security in settings that are often considered as “soft” targets. These dogs are obviously social, confident dogs who can work diligently in a very mobile setting.
These dogs are trained with the passive alert. They can be imprinted on nitrates, chlorates, PETN, TNT, RDX and their derivative formulations, or according to the specifications of your department or agency. They explosives handler course covers proper search techniques, scent theory, practical lessons, and more.
Handlers going through our Handler School are taught the necessities of sound detection methods, learn the pitfalls to avoid, and become confident in their ability to properly handle a trained detection dog. We offer custom lengths from 2-12 weeks, depending upon the needs of the department/agency and the experience of the handler. We strongly recommend a minimum of four weeks for beginning handlers.
These dogs are taught how to locate human remains odor, alerting, proofing, canine obedience at a distance from the handler, and problem solving. Both land and water theory, record keeping, and much more is included.