Trained Working Dogs

8am to 9pm, 7 days

Police K9 – Scent Detection – Tracking Dog – Dual Purpose – Single Purpose – Bite Work and Apprehension


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Trained Working Dogs are crucial to the function of law enforcement, as well as private sector businesses. Dayton Dog Trainer provides Trained Working Dogs to law enforcement entities and businesses across The United States. Many police agencies already have or need a working dog, simply as a force multiplier. Statistically speaking, dogs take the place of 3 officers. You can find this statistic come into play when it comes to searches for illegal narcotics, missing persons locating, suspect tracking, criminal apprehension as well as officer protection.


Types of Working Dogs

  • Single Purpose Police K9
  • Dual Purpose Police K9
  • Scent Detection
    • Narcotic Detection
    • Mold Detection
    • Bed Bug Detection
    • Explosive Material and Bomb Detection
    • Cadaver Detection
  • Tracking
  • Search and Rescue
  • Building Searches
  • Bite Work and Apprehension
  • Criminal and Suspect Escort


Not only is there a need for working dogs in the law enforcement sector, but the private business sector also has a need for more working dogs in their industries. Working dogs are commonly used to sanitize homes, schools and businesses of illegal narcotics, weapons and explosive material. Schools can benefit from a scent detection dog to locate illegal narcotics, allowing schools to keep their students and staff safer. Dogs are even used to locate firearms, which would be a huge benefit for schools and businesses. Having the ability to locate illegal substances or items, without infringing on the rights or privacy of students and employees, is a huge benefit for the safety of all in those environments.


How long does it take to receive a working dog?

It weill take 3 months to 1 year to receive your dog. Depending on your needs … Once you have decided your needs for a working dog, breed of interest as well as a few other factors that must be determined in the selection process … you can expect to receive your working dog within 3 months to a year, depending on your needs and level of training.


What Breeds do we use?

Depending on your needs and the work to be performed by the dog as well as the environment in which the dog will perform its job, will determine the breed in which we choose.


Scent Detection and Tracking

  • Labrador Retriever
  • Basset Hounds
  • Bloodhounds
  • Beagles
  • German Shepherds
  • Coon Hounds
  • Pointers


Law Enforcement Single and Dual Purpose Working Dogs

  • Belgian Malinois
  • Labrador Retriever
  • Bouvier des Flandres
  • Dutch Shepherds
  • Basset Hounds
  • Doberman
  • Bloodhounds
  • Beagles
  • German Shepherds
  • Coon Hounds
  • Rottweiler
  • Pointers


Should I get my own dog?

NO … The #1 mistake that people make when trying to obtain a working dog, is obtaining their own dog. Dayton Dog Trainer obtains Selection Tested Guaranteed Working Dogs. We would never attempt to take your house pet and make it a working dog. In most cases, your dog has not been through any selection process, testing or imprinting. Even if it has, we only use the dogs we obtain, as they are guaranteed to work. Our dogs skeletal structure has been evaluated and confirmed and they have guaranteed compatibility and health. If the dog we obtain does not work out, we either get a new dog or our money back on the dog.


Does my Working Dog Purchase include Handler Training

YES … Any working dog purchase requires that you receive handler training. We will never turn over a dog to anyone who hasn’t gone through handler training.


Does everyone qualify to purchase a working dog?

NO … Everyone does qualify to purchase a scent detection dog, but not everyone qualifies to purchase a dog trained in bite work and apprehension. You must be able to pass a background check. Should you have any felonies or domestic violence misdemeanors, you do not qualify to purchase an offensively or defensively trained working dog. Our requirements are the same as would be required to legally purchase a firearm.