Why Hire A Private Drug Dog

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The key to early prevention of drugs is early detection.  Experts agree that clearing your property from the threat of drugs is a major step in preventing the kinds of accidents, legal issues and possible injury that illegal drugs bring.take action

Until recently, only law enforcement and big organizations have been able to have access to highly trained drug sniffing dogs.  They have  discovered that the threat of drugs can be detected and eliminated by “sweeping” areas to reveal the hidden source of narcotics.  Now you can have this essential resource to help you detect drugs present on your private residential, business or community property.  Call us know for simple facts about drug detection dogs — see just how efficient, discreet and affordable it can be!  You will learn why K9 Drug Patrol is the best choice for private drug detection — we put the control back in your hands.

We have a lot of respect for law enforcement, but sometimes it’s better to deal with the potential problems of drug use “in house”.  We can find the substances like marijuana, cocaine, meth, ecstasy, etc … and then provide the information directly to you.  No need to involve the police — you decide what to do with the information.

Experts agree that taking steps to detect drug use is key to addressing the problem as a whole.  Don’t wait until the ill-effects of narcotics takes it’s toll.  K9 Drug Patrol will help you get the truth.  Whether you seek the peace-of-mind that comes with knowing your home or office is drug-free or you suspect and need to prove an existing problem exists — we are here to help you find answers.


We are Not Police, DEA or Law Enforcement.

We work confidentially with your Administration and if the presence of contraband is found, it is 100% confidential and is handled 100% by you.  We do not execute the search, we only provide areas that an indication was made.  We can play a valuable role in helping you know if illegal substances are on your premises — without worry of incrimination, legal action or government interference.  We respect your privacy and freedoms:  You handle your issue — your way.

Drug Related Facts & Statistics:

 Youth Related Numbers

• 8.4% of people 12 and over use illicit drugs daily (1 in 12)

• Marijuana use among teens rose in 2011 for the fourth straight year. Marijuana has also become

  much more potent.

• 57% of new initiates were under 18.

• 52.1% of new initiates were females.

• 61.8% started with Marijuana.

• Over 50% of teens in drug treatment programs say they used drugs for 2 years before their parents knew.

School Related Numbers

• 20% of 8th graders report they have tried marijuana (1 in 5)

• 13% of 9th graders report they have tried prescription painkillers to get high (1 in 7)

• 17% of HS juniors report using prescription painkillers to get high (1 in 6)

• 21% of HS seniors report using prescription painkillers to get high (1 in 5)

• 1 in 9 HS Seniors report using “synthetic marijuana” (K2 or Spice) in the past 12 months

• Over 60% of teens said drugs were sold, used, or kept at their school.

Workplace Related Numbers

• Industrial accidents accounted for 4,340 deaths during 2009 (The Bureau of Labor Statistics)

• Most industrial accidents occur because of human error.  (Bureau of Labor Statistics)

• 47% of Industrial accidents are caused by alcohol abuse.  (Bureau of Labor Statistics)

• 77% of drug users are employed

• About 10% of employees are current users of illicit drugs

• Substance abusing employees function at about 67% of their capacity

• 47% of industrial injuries can be linked to substance abuse

• 40% of industrial fatalities can be linked to substance abuse

• Drug users have decreased productivity and increased absenteeism

• Drug users cost their employers almost twice as much in medical claims

 Drug Related Numbers

• K2 (Spice) was recently sold as incense. In November of 2011 it was reclassified as illegal.

• Everyday, we have over 8,100 NEW drug users in the U.S.. That’s 3.1 million new users each year.

• Americans are 4% of the world’s population; We consume 67% of the world’s illegal drugs.

• Drug-related deaths have risen 126% since 2001.


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