Mane K9 Security
OUR SECURITY SERVICES
Mane K9 Security offers Bespoke Security for your Business or your Home. We will use every type of security available to give you the most effective security measures available within your budget. For more information or for a free, no obligation consultation, please contact us
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Drugs / Explosives Search Dogs
We provide a K9 unit dedicated to drug detection at any event or location, with this service you will receive a fully trained drug sniffing dog to your site along with an SIA approved handler.
All our handlers have up to date CSCS cards, providing you with a highly qualified, expertly trained and experienced team.
A professional team from Mane K9 will provide you peace of mind that you have a fully trained dog on site to help with any drug-related problems. All of our dog handlers are kept up to date on current law and regulations regarding the use of dogs, as well as the law relating to drug use.
We also have specially trained bomb detection dogs, each dog is trained in real life simulations so they better able to detect explosive material in a large variety of situations and environments. Our bomb detection dogs are suitable for use at concerts, sporting events, large shopping centres, train stations, airports and other similar places that may hold a crowd of people or that could be a potential target.
We have developed specialist training where real life situations are recreated, testing the dogs in a multitude of scenarios, this method of training allows the dog and handler to remain in full control during a search despite many challenging circumstances.
When searching for explosive materials either the "passive method" is used, where the dog will remain on lead at all times in a walk by type search, or we can undertake a "proactive search" where the dog is off lead working independently but allowing them to cover a wider area, which is generally more suitable for larger events. Dogs are able to quickly cover a larger area more quickly than humans, sniffing through crowds, bags, bins and open spaces for potential explosive devices.