Achievements

Click on pictures or underlined text to see more information about the dogs who have completed these incredible achievements.

Orion

Orion is working with a conservation officer! He is known for working hard in the field, then coming home and being an amazing family dog!

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Gracie

Gracie is a highly trained cancer dog. She is trained in detecting cancer in humans.

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Charlie

Charlie has qualified for the Dueling dog world championships in Dubuque in April 2020. These are her photos from the World's in October. Depicted are her Long jump (Big Air) and Speed Swim (Speed Retrieve) events, which are her better skills.

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Kai

Here is a video of Trailrunners Kai (one of our pups) who works for Alberta Corrections. She is trained as a drug detection dog. This is her competing in the Canadian Police Canine Association Trials in Calgary Alberta - Sept 2016.

Kai Canadian Police Canine Association Trials 2016.mp4

Jake

Another Lab in the news... Jake is a Halifax RCMP dog provided by Trailrunners, so long ago already. He's getting old! According to the news article he's become a multi-million dollar dog....

"Police dogs on the front lines of fight against fentanyl" by David Burke · CBC News October 18, 2017

https://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/nova-scotia/police-dog-drugs-detection-illegal-drugs-1.4360406

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Sully

Sully was bred at Trailrunners and selected for Calgary City Police department as a detection dog. His mother is Trailrunners Lily Belle.

Sully has done essential police work in both Alberta and Saskatchewan and was Western Canada's first Cadaver Detection dog. He works to find missing person remains and helps solve crimes by finding the evidence (however gruesome) needed. He was in service until he retired at 14, which shows the excellent health and soundness of Trailrunners working Labrador retrievers. His success rate in "finds" shows the excellence in ability bred into these dogs.

Here are the following links to the articles in CBC News and Calgary Herald.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/sully-cadaver-dog-douglas-garland-triple-murder-liknes-nathan-obrien-1.3949355

https://calgaryherald.com/news/local-news/fortney-search-of-garland-farm-helped-by-rock-star-cadaver-dog?r

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Wendy

Sully's daughter Wendy is now working for Calgary City Police as a detection dog in her father's place.

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