Dogs Help Fight COVID-19



Detection dogs, alongside specializaed trainers, are now able to help the state, private individuals, medical institutions, and commercial companies detect Coronavirus in patients.

Our organization accepts applications from:

  • government agencies
  • commercial firms
  • private individuals

Applications are accepted by telephone (818)290-9411 (multi-channel)
and by email [email protected]

Due to the heavy workload of the enterprise, we apologize in advance of the application takes a few days to be processed.


What is a detection dog?
A detection dog is a dog that is able to identify the desired odor and designate it with a specific signaling position.
How are these dogs trained?
Dogs-detectors are training in the laboratory by developing a conditioned reflex for the determination and designation of the desired odor.
How can a dog-detector help?
A dog-detector is able to recognize changes in its biochemical parameters in an infected person even in the absence of signs and symptoms of a disease, which makes it possible to accurately identify carriers that are potentially dangerous to people around.
How does it work?
In order to determine the desired odor in the laboratory, the detection dog in compliance with sanitary safety standards is provided with samples of air samples or biological material of the person being tested (saliva, nails, hair).
What actions does a dog handler do with a dog?
The dog handler, observing sanitary safety standards, controls the dog, which independently determines in the laboratory conditions the presence or absence of the desired odor in the samples submitted for examination and on the dog’s behavior gives a conclusion.
Can a dog detector become infected while working?
The dog is not susceptible to infection with Covid-19
Can a detection dog be a carrier of the virus?
There is no confirmed transmission of Covid-19 from a dog to a human.
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