Nine Realms Canine Training focuses on raising, training, and selling fully trained working canines for Law Enforcement. Unlike most large scale kennels, Nine Realms focuses on several dogs at a time, giving each dog more one on one training so that they may develop into superb working canines. The Nine Realms’ canines are all over the world, some in Nevada, Washington, Virginia, and Tanzania. Head Trainer Karin Wagemann is experienced raising puppies, selecting green dogs, or rescue dogs, and training them for police work. The majority of Nine Realms’ canines are dual purpose patrol canines but we can easily train single purpose detection (narcotics, explosives, HRD, etc.) or tracking only canines. All canines are trained and certified to the American Society of Canine Trainers standards; canines can be dual certified in multiple organizations or agencies. If you are in need of a new working canine for your agency please check out the dogs for sale page or call/email for more information.
Oke is a shelter dog rescued from the Humane Society of Tacoma at 2yrs of age. Oke showed extreme capability for police work and was pulled and given to us by Molly McKinney. Oke arrived to Nine Realms 15 pounds underweight and over two months built up muscle. Oke is currently serving in Grumeti Tanzania as an anti-poaching dog. Oke is trained on ivory, ammunition, weapons, bush-meat, and hippo teeth. He is also a trained tracking dog used to locate poachers on the Grumeti Reserve.
Newt is a dual purpose patrol canine serving in Elko, NV with Evka. Newt came to me at 8 months old, a scrawny pup with good potential. He already knew how to bite and took to narcotics detection quickly. From day one he was a crazy, wild, silly, but affectionate dog, and remains so to this day. Newt was the hardest dog to teach tracking, to date, and came close to being placed as a single purpose detection/patrol dog. With age and constant training he pulled through and has turned into a wonderful tracker.
Evka is a small female Malinois that is serving as a dual purpose patrol dog in Elko, NV with Newt. Although she weighs only 45-50 pounds she hits and bites incredibly dog. Evka was a joy to train as she was a natural tracker and incredibly sweet. She loves new people and gives lots of affection, but will turn on the aggression when needed.
Narsil is a certified narcotics detection canine through ASCT at 11 months old. I raised Narsil from a pup and she continues to train in tracking and apprehension. She will continue training for tracking and advanced detection and attend the advanced ASCT school in June 2019.
Daken is a dual purpose patrol dog I raised from a puppy and sold to Hampton PD, VA in July 2018. He is trained to detect narcotics, perform article searches, track suspects, and apprehend when needed. Daken is one of the best tracking dogs I have ever seen and he continues to excel on the streets with his handler.
Radar is one of four anti-poaching canines I trained for Singita Grumeti and Working Dogs for Conservation. Radar is trained to track poachers, perform article searches, and detect ivory, bush-meat, ammunition, guns, pangolin scales, hippo teeth, and rhino horn. He is by far one of the best detection dogs I have ever trained.
DJ is one of four anti-poaching canines trained for Singita Grumeti. DJ is trained to track poachers, perform article searches, and detect ivory, bush-meat, ammunition, guns, pangolin scales, hippo teeth, and rhino horn. DJ is a truly a phenomenal tracker and his tracking has resulted in the capture of numerous poachers.
Tony is one of four anit-poaching canines I trained for Singita Grumeti. Tony is trained to detect ivory, bush-meat, ammunition, guns, pangolin scales, hippo teeth, and rhino horn.
Popo is one of four anti-poaching canines I trained for Singita Grumeti and Working Dogs for Conservation. He is trained to track poachers, perform article searches, and detect ivory, bush-meat, ammunition, guns, pangolin scales, hippo teeth, and rhino horn. Popo has tracked and found numerous poachers.
Eowyn was my foster/program dog during college. She is trained to detect narcotics, and perform various service tasks such as opening and closing doors and cabinets, turning on lights, walking by a wheelchair, and retrieving objects.