K-9 Specialists, Police dog training and import

We are K 9 specialists. Our expert team of K 9 trainers has years of experience with highly specialized police dog training. We offer virtually any expertise or skill to be developed either with k9 unit’s existing German shepherd or GSD male/female imported by your specifications.

See Miron – a great example of professional training and well developed discipline – our 2 year old BIG BONE structured body German shepherd male. 

Our training focus includes search and rescue, drug detection, explosives sniffing, arson and cadaver recognition. While we are based in Denver, CO; our team works with Police k9 units virtually in the whole country.

All dogs supplied by K-9 Specialists are exclusively imported from Czech Republic. We have personal, trusted and long standing relationships with leading Czech kennels known for the best breeds and pedigrees. Every German shepherd imported and trained by our team comes with current X-rays (copy of each one will be sent upon request) and is included in our contract as well). Age of our prospects range from 12-30 months. Our pricing is fair and competitive – depending on level of training, age, etc.

Serious buyers are welcome to come out and try the dog in person at our facility (appointment necessary).

Our trainers in action:

Please contact us for more information and we will respond promptly.

Definition: A police dog, often referred to as a “K-9” (which is a homophone of canine), is a dog that is trained specifically to assist police and other law-enforcement personnel in their work. The most commonly used breed is the German Shepherd, although Belgian Malinois are also used.
In many jurisdictions, the intentional injuring or killing of a police dog is a felony, subjecting the perpetrator to harsher penalties than those in the statutes embodied in local animal cruelty laws, just as an assault on a human police officer is often a more serious offense than a similar assault on a civilian. A growing number of law-enforcement organizations outfit dogs with ballistic vests, and some even designate dogs as sworn officers, with their own police badges and IDs. Furthermore, a police dog killed in the line of duty is often given a full police funeral (see Wikipedia for more).

 

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