Canine training

SafeLane Global provides detection and patrol dog teams and related services, including comprehensive NASDU (overseas) endorsed canine training programmes, to private clients and government agencies internationally.

All company canine teams are trained using positive reinforcement, and in accordance with both the US Military Working Dog Program (AR 190-12) and UN EDD Quality Standards. SafeLane Global's training methods lead the way, and set the standards others follow.

All SafeLane Global’s courses are delivered by industry experts, including highly decorated veterans. 

Its canine trainers translate their unrivalled experience and wealth of knowledge working with dogs in the UK and overseas – including in some of the most dangerous countries in the world – into the most relevant and effective programmes for clients.

Canine training:

The company’s dedicated training facility trains dogs to detect:

  • Explosives (e.g., powder, residue, TNT),
  • Small arms and ammunition,
  • Human remains,
  • Mines,
  • Stowaways and intruders.

In addition, it trains patrol dogs for perimeter searches, and cross-trains canines to provide, for example, patrol and explosive or narcotic detection.  

The company also cross-trains experienced handlers, and supports them post-pairing with new canines. SafeLane Global offers refresher training to handlers and dogs to ensure deployed canine teams meet its standard operating procedures (SOPs).  

Furthermore, it offers full accreditation training with all processes in line with project and client standards.

You can learn more about SafeLane Global’s affiliation with the National Association of Security Dog Users (NASDU) here, and discover how SafeLane’s canine training programmes are accredited to the highest standards.

To discuss your own detection or patrol dog training needs, get in touch.

Case studies

Detection dogs in Afghanistan

SafeLane Global was tasked with the provision of narcotic detection dogs (NDD) and explosive detection dogs (EDD) in Afghanistan.

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Detection and patrol dogs Burkina Faso

Using security and detection dogs, SafeLane protects a large mining company in Burkina Faso from security risks, including those from militants that threaten the safety of the region.

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Explosive detection dogs in Gao, Mali

For its humanitarian client in Mali, SafeLane Global deployed seven explosive detection dog (EDD) teams.

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Explosives detection dog teams in Damascus Syria

SafeLane Global was asked to supply explosive detection dog (EDD) capacity to support humanitarian operations in Damascus, Syria.

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Mine detection dog teams South Sudan

SafeLane Global provided mine detection dog (MDD) teams to support mechanical operations in the Juba area.

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