KILO-9’s trainings are specially designed for law enforcement officers using K9 Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) Guidelines for working dog handlers. We strategically combine all three principles of K9 survivability: injury prevention, medical intervention, and remaining calm.
Anderson County, SC K-9 Unit
Rob taught a 6 hour refresher course for the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office and Anderson City Police K9 Teams. These handers and their K9’s proudly serve the Anderson Community. They are some of the hardest working and most professional teams we have worked with. There’s no better reward to provide medical gear and training to make sure each one of these heroes makes it home safely to their families.
City of Danbury, CT K9 Unit
When an officer joins a K9 services team at their department, he or she is trained on dog handling basics and basic first aid maneuvers. However, this training doesn’t often translate to real, high-stress situations that officers often find themselves in.
KILO-9 uses military principles to help officers learn how to not just remember their training, but to execute it to the best of their ability. We train in high-stress situations so that officers are equipped to handle everything thrown their way. We teach more advanced first aid as well as preventative handling measures so that K9s stay safe. We also provide necessary equipment for life-saving techniques in the field.
We were honored to train the City of Danbury’s K9 Unit last month in Connecticut! Thank you for allowing us to share our knowledge and skills.
Charleston County Aviation Authority Police Department
We were honored to teach a K9 medical training class that was was hosted by the Charleston County Aviation Authority Police Department. We had 20 K9 Handlers from across the low country take part in the class. Each handler was able to receive the training and an Individual First Aid Kit developed by North American Rescue at no charge thanks to all of our amazing donors. Special shout out to Melissa Entrekin for helping us with the training today.