Why should parents use this service?
Asking or confronting your child will only get you an excuse or a lie. The younger a child begins using drugs, the more difficult it is for them to stop. In today’s society, there is an almost lax attitude towards drug use. Many do not see it as dangerous. Statistics tell a very different story. By using our service, you, as the parent, will be taking a pro-active stance rather than waiting for something dangerous to occur or have law enforcement involved. The consequences of children doing drugs are very far-reaching, from physical danger to being arrested. Needless to say, their schooling options, employment options and general future will be at risk as well.
What drugs can the Drug Dog Services, LLC detect?
Our Dogs can detect Heroin, Marijuana, Cocaine, Meth-amphetamines, Ecstasy, Oxycontin, and many derivatives like Opana.
I think my child may have only experimented with marijuana? Do I really need to go to this extreme?
The answer is yes. While many parents may remember smoking marijuana as youngsters themselves, the marijuana of “today” is much more potent. It is also known as the “gateway” drug and can lead to further and much more serious drug use.
Are there other individuals I need to consider?
Absolutely. Should you have a care-giver or nanny whether they live in the household or not, you should know if drugs are being brought into your home. Your child(ren)’s friends is another concern.
What happens if the Drug Dog Services, LLC find something?
If our dogs find drugs in your home, the decision of “what to do” is yours. We will leave you with information and resources that will help you take the next step. Since we are not affiliated with law enforcement, a discovery of drugs in your house will remain confidential.
Why should I do a second search?
Depending on our findings and your actions, you may wish to continue to confirm that your home is free of drugs or that drugs are still present.
I have an excellent relationship with my kids and I trust them. Why should I use Drug Dog Services, LLC ?
Denial is a very difficult barrier for many parents. Peer pressure is enormous during the middle school, high school and college years. Kids are very unlikely to confess to doing drugs. Statistics show that drug use is found in broken homes as well as loving and stable homes.
Isn’t doing this type of search an invasion of their privacy?
Discovering you child does drugs and preventing any legal ramifications is usually excuse enough to make this type of inquiry. Think of it as proactive rather than reactive.
Is Drug Dog Services, LLC affiliated with law enforcement or other drug agencies?
No. We are not affiliated with any law enforcement agency. This is important if drugs are detected, you are the one to manage a choice for resolution rather than the police managing it for you.
How reliable is this type of service?
Although we are not affiliated with any law enforcement, our dogs have been trained with the nations most stringent methods of drug detection. Training has taken every instance into consideration, schools, cars, homes, trash cans and our dogs are able to detect drugs despite their location. Please see “About our Dogs”.
What do I do if I find drugs in my home?
We will provide you with an information packet with resources and information for you to determine how best to handle the discovery of drugs in your home. There are many ways to deal with the problem of drugs being used by your child. It is your choice to choose what is right for you and your family. We leave addiction science up to the professionals.
How much does a Drug Dog Services, LLC search cost?
Where are my kids getting drugs?
Drugs may be as close as your medicine cabinet. Many kids are using prescription and over the counter (OTC) drugs as they have a false sense of “safety” associated with a drug that is prescribed by a doctor and the fact that mom and dad use them. 60 % of kinds said that they have an awareness of drugs being present at their school.
My kid and I are best friends and talk about everything? Why do I need to worry?
If you child is using drugs with a perception that smoking marijuana is a harmless drug, they still wouldn’t share this with their parents. Kids will share many things, but almost never drug use. Almost 20% of 10th graders have used illicit drugs within the past month (childstats.gov).