Shout out from K9 Cop

A big SHOUT OUT to our 2013 Conference GOLD Sponsor iK9 These guys are breaking new ground in K-9 scent…

— K-9 Cop Magazine (@k9copmagazine) June 2, 2013

August 28th, 2013|Social Media|0 Comments


Dog-centric. Education-focused. Refined industry standards.
These are the key phrases that came out of the first meeting between iK9 founders Tim Dunnigan and Paul Hammond in the summer of 2012. This meeting was to be the genesis of a company born from a new ideology in canine training and handler education. Dunnigan is an entrepreneur with […]

August 25th, 2013|Featured Articles|0 Comments

Alabama-trained dogs can detect vapors of explosive devices

Local FOX affiliate, WBRC, visits the iK9 Global Campus. Read the article on

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August 23rd, 2013|Featured Articles|0 Comments

“Super dogs” a game changer in fight against terrorism.

Video on Vapor wake detection canines are key to finding bombs and stopping terrorist attacks, NBC’s Jill Rappaport reports.

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August 21st, 2013|Featured Articles|0 Comments

McClellan dogs help make the world safer

Eleven dogs are being trained at the Auburn University Canine Detection Training Center at McClellan. The Labs are learning the Auburn-patented vapor-wake training, which means they’ll be able to…via McClellan dogs help make the world safer.

May 22nd, 2013|Featured Articles|0 Comments

Auburn University’s canine detectors to sniff out IEDs, help protect troops in Afghanistan

AUBURN – Auburn University has entered into a two-year, multimillion-dollar partnership with the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization, or JIEDDO, to stop improvised bombs in Afghanistan by providing a powerful detector tool – bomb-sniffing canines. The Department of Defense established JIEDDO to “lead, advocate, and coordinate all DOD actions to defeat improvised explosive devices.”

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December 17th, 2010|Featured Articles|0 Comments

New Auburn University canine detection technology provides latest in preventing terrorism

AUBURN – Auburn University researchers in the Animal Health and Performance Program and its Canine Detection Research Institute have taken standard explosives detection to another level through the development of their Vapor Wake Detection training program.

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April 13th, 2010|Featured Articles|0 Comments