Narcotic detection dogs are widely regarded as one of the most cost-effective and efficient tools used today to detect the presence of illicit narcotics in the workplace. Employers wanting to ensure site safety and employee safety, using UNITE’s complement of proven, highly-trained dog teams to uncover hidden narcotics in the workplace. No one goes to work thinking they will be in an accident; but, the risk of injury increases exponentially when narcotics make their way onto a job-site. The use of narcotic detection dogs increases the level of accountability of both employees and managers, translating into a safer workplace, reduced risk of accidents and ultimately, cost savings from reduced compensation claims due to injuries.

We always have a wide selection of specially trained drug dogs for sale or hire. All our dogs go through realistic, scenario-based drug detection training.
We only use the best-proven training techniques. This is vital for when K9 officers are to testify their drug dog only hits on illegal substances.

UNITE drug dogs are taught to detect marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamines.
UNITE drug dogs are individually hand selected


When a dog locates drugs, it will signal the find with a passive alert – an unassisted sit position. When training drug dogs we never allow them physical contact with the drugs; the dogs are trained only to detect the scent of the drugs. We build each dog’s confidence with positive reward-based training. This ensures our drug dogs are always confident and eager in unfamiliar surroundings.


To hone the detection skills of both the dog and the drug dog handler, training is provided for searches in many realistic environments, including: 
Buildings—   A drug detection dog learns to perform drug searches in structures varying in size and complexity while working through a number of distractions.
Vehicles—   The dogs are taught to search through a variety of vehicle types from small cars to large trucks to simulate realistic traffic stops and vehicular drug searches.
Luggage—   Drug dogs receive realistic airport training to effectively search crowded areas, conveyor belts luggage and lockers to detect hidden drugs.
Cargo—   Drug dogs learn to search palletized and stacked cargo in various arrangements.