New Zealand Detector Dogs is NZ's leading service provider of drug and explosives detector dog services to local and international clients in private enterprise, government, educational and business sectors.
As a specialised detector dog handling, training, consulting and accreditation service we set the highest possible standard in the private sector of New Zealand. Our staff are highly trained, qualified handlers with years of proven and recognised backgrounds in professional dog handling.
Drug dog solutions: New Zealand Detector Dogs assists companies and organisations in their goal to have drug free workplaces and work sites by providing a specialist nationwide drug dog service.
Our Explosives Detector Dog teams provide screening services to New Zealand's cruise ship industry and to the security industry for venue safety and management
New Zealand Detector Dogs can assist businesses and organisations with specialist K9 screening and detection services by:
Providing trained K9 detection teams for screening and detection purposes. (primarily drug dog and explosive dog teams)
Evaluating the needs of an organisation requiring a screening or detection capability and providing a range of options to meet client needs to provide complete solutions to detection problems.
Conduct K9 based research and development projects for screening, detection, intelligence gathering, risk assessment or research purposes.
Some of the types of odours we can train specialist detector dogs to detect:
Biosecurity risk (fruit, meat, plant, animal products)
Live animals (pests or illegally smuggled species)
CITES products (endangered species and products)
Paua /truffles and other commercially valuable products
What and where we screen:
Our dog teams can screen offices, apartments, schools, residential facilities, warehouses, worksites, vehicles, locker rooms and outdoor environments or vessels. They can also work at border crossings, either local or international screening bags, parcels, cargo or people depending on the legislation they are deployed under.