Drug Detection Services

How powerful is a dogs sense of smell?


Our highly trained dogs have been trained and tested on a varity of drugs. A dog’s nose is very powerful and sometimes hard for us to understand how strong they really are. To put into terms we may understand, Alexandra Horowitz, a dog-cognition researcher at Barnard College, writes that while we might notice if our coffee has had a teaspoon of sugar added to it, a dog could detect a teaspoon of sugar in a million gallons of water, or two Olympic-sized pools worth. Another dog scientist likened their ability to catching a whiff of one rotten apple in two million barrels.


What can our dogs Detect?

Prescription Drugs (oxycodone, vicodin, fentanyl, valium, adderall, etc.)

Street Drugs (marijuana, heroin, crack cocaine, etc.)


During our search, if our dog discovers any drugs we DO NOT take them with us. We will let you know what substance we have found and also give you a Drug Packet. This packed will be filled with information on addiction and numbers for follow-on help.

Drugs have become an epidemic in teens and young adults. We believe it is our job to keep schools and homes safe for learning and growing. Our drug searches are 100% CONFIDENTIAL; we are not affiliated with any law enforcement agency. This means that we are under no obligation to report the findings of narcotics usage or possession to law enforcement. We want to help you identify issues before they become bigger problems and keep your home and community safe. Too many teens have lost their lives to drug addiction; this is not a problem that will go away if ignored. Our passion for dogs and our community has led us to ensuring we do our part in taking drugs off the streets and out of the hands of our loved ones.