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Brownville Police Department K9 Magnum Passes PDF Print E-mail
K-9 Magnum a member of the Brownsville Police Department, in Brownsville Texas, past away on July 23, 2014 due to a medical condition. K-9 Magnum served with the Brownsville Police Department since 2011, and was trained in the areas of Narcotics/Patrol. K-9 Magnum was successful in the seizure of numerous amounts of illegal narcotics and U.S. currency and was a big part in assisting patrol in locating suspects. K-9 Magnum will be missed by his handler Officer Marco Huerta and the rest of the canine community, RIP K-9 Magnum..
Drug and Cash Bust Anthony Texas PDF Print E-mail

Anthony Texas Police Department. Handler deploys k9 on a non-intrusive free air sniff on a parked vehicle overnight behind a jewelry store, which yielded a positive alert. upon further investigation, k9 was deployed inside the jewelry store, were k9 Apollo alerted on a large metal safe, officers located a large amount of Marijuana, Cocaine and US Currency. Officers arrested store owner, seized 3 vehicles and the entire jewelry contents inside the store.

2014 NNDDA Nationals pictures now posted on facebook PDF Print E-mail

2014 NNDDA Nationals pictures now posted on facebook


St. James Parish Looses K9 Rhae PDF Print E-mail

K9 Rhea was a dual purpose police K9 who served the St. James Parish Sheriff’s Office for almost ten years during which time she discovered countless amounts of illegal narcotics but most of all she devoted every minute of her life watching over and protecting her handler , Billy Jordan. On January 12, Rhea had her second stroke which she would not recover from and  on January 14 she was laid to rest.

Free K-9 Eye Exams PDF Print E-mail

Dear National Narcotic Detector Dog Association,

The American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists would like invite your associations' service animals to receive a complimentary eye screening examination by a board certified ophthalmologist in their area, during the month of May 2014.  Please consider helping your association and colleagues to receive this no-cost, no-strings-attached free eye examination for their qualifying service animals. This free eye screening is important to detect abnormalities. The aim is to identify problems early in service animals.



NNDDA will certify canine teams to a federal, state, or department standard. The team must submit a copy of the standard to the certifying official who must approve the standard prior to certifying the team. The standard must meet or exceed NNDDA Standards. The certifying official will attach a copy of the standard to the yellow certification sheet and retain it for future courtroom testimony. The certification will assist in validating other agencies' standards.

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2014 NNDDA Nationals Amarillo, TX. A Huge Success PDF Print E-mail

2014 NNDDA Nationals, Amarillo, Texas a Huge Success

Approximately 200 canine teams participated in this year's nationals

Some of the best training areas ever with veteran NNDDA Instructors

The HOST City, Amarillo rolled out the red carpet with Texas hospitality

The end of this training and certification workshop was the competition on Friday

Canine teams competed for 15 places as well as Top Gun, Top Team,

Bark Bandit Trooper, Mike Brown Awards.

Below are the top fifteen finishes with the entire list below.

US Forestry Officer Jason Crisp and Canine Shot and Killed in the Line of Duty, NC PDF Print E-mail


US Forestry Officer Jason Crisp and Canine Killed in the Line of Duty Yesterday in North Carolina Man Hunt. For the full story copy and past below link



Washington Co. AR., S.O. K9 Yari Passes PDF Print E-mail
K9 Yari, handled by Sgt. Tion "Ti" Augustine with the Washington County Sheriff's Office (Arkansas). Served from 04/14/2006 to July/2013. Passed from complications of surgery to remove a tumor on his spleen in Sept 2013. Yari will be missed by the community, department, and especially by his handler.

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