Our Law Enforcement K9 Training Program provides local, state and federal agencies with individualized training to create high-performing K9 teams. Our program also breeds and trains working dogs.
With more than 60 years combined of K9 and law enforcement experience, Training Director, Retir. NJ State Police Major Annemarie DeAngelo and Law Enforcement K9 Coordinator Ret. Cheltenham Township Police Department Officer Robert Dougherty have created an innovative positive reinforcement-based program.
We are committed to partnering with your department to help you build an elite K9 Unit.
- Basic K9 Patrol Handler Course, Scent Detector School, and Train the Trainer
- In-Service Training
- Customized curriculum to meet your department’s needs
- Seminars & Workshops
- Covering specific topics essential to success on the street
- K9 Evaluations
- Workability & Behavior
- Injury Assessment & Rehabilitation with the Penn Vet Working Dog Center Performance Medicine
- Available K9s for Sale
- Working Dog Research
To learn how our Law Enforcement K9 Program can support your department, contact us at email@example.com or 215-898-2200.
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The Penn Vet Working Dog Center K9 Performance Medicine service is designed to meet the fitness, conditioning, and rehabilitation needs of the working and performance dog community.
From getting an injured police K9 back on the street, to developing a fitness and conditioning program to improve the performance of an agility dog, our service IS LIMITED to performance dogs that are either working K9s or competitive canine athletes.
Need an Appointment?
We see patients Monday-Thursday, by appointment only.
Call us: 215-898-2200.
The training staff of the Penn Vet Working Dog Center work closely with the Performance Medicine Team to complete the transition from recovery to full work mode as well as to address performance issues that involve training. Our team of professionals have decades of experience with working K9s and dog sports.
Led by Canine Sports Medicine Specialist and expert in working dog medicine Dr. Cindy Otto, our Canine Performance Medicine Service is designed to build upon the services provided by our referring veterinarians. Our goal is to get these invaluable dogs back to work, and performing at the highest level possible.
Our facility, complete with an outdoor agility yard and indoor canine gym is specially equipped to meet the fitness and rehabilitation needs of performance dogs. One of the unique features of our facility is the integration of the physical and behavioral/training components of performance.
Fit to Work Videos
Want to learn how to keep your dog fit? Rehabbing your dog after an injury or surgical procedure? Here are tips from the experts, Dr. Cindy Otto and Tracy Darling.