What We Do

At Meyer's Police Canine Training, our mission is to provide the highest level of canine services to law enforcement and military personnel. We accomplish this by fully investing ourselves into your success with your canine. Our staff is comprised of both full time and retired law enforcement officers, with years of experience as active and retired canine handlers and trainers. Law enforcement is a constantly evolving profession, and we provide the best up to date and advanced canine training in the industry. We take pride in the fact we will always take your call 24 hours a day. We understand police work is 24/7, as we should be to answer your questions or concerns. We strive to keep an open relationship with our customers and value the friendships we develop through working together. We select only the best available canines to sell.

All of our canines are worked and trained by our highly experienced staff prior to leaving our facility. We are not interested in selling services or goods we can't put our stamp on. This company was built on the promise between two people to never lie, cheat, or cut corners. It's not about the next sell, it's about the services provided now.


Our Staff

Brad Meyer, Owner/Trainer


Brad Meyer has been a Deputy Sheriff for over 20 years with two California Sheriff’s Office’s. Brad started his career working for the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office. Brad developed and established Lassen County’s first canine unit. Brad handled and trained two police canines, one sole purpose narcotics detection canine and one crossed trained patrol and narcotics detection canine. Brad was on Lassen County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team where he operated a canine.

Brad is currently working for the Butte County Sheriff’s Office. Brad has handled and trained two police service canines for the Butte County Sheriff’s Office, one crossed trained patrol and explosive detection canine and a crossed trained patrol and narcotics detection canine. Brad was assigned to the Butte County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team and has operated two different canines for the team. Brad established and worked the Butte County Sheriff’s Office first DHE (Domestic Highway Enforcement) program in 2013 with a canine. Brad was promoted to Detective and assigned to the Butte County Sheriff’s Office Gang Unit where he worked with a canine. Brad was promoted to Sergeant with the Butte County Sheriff’s Office where he worked a canine and supervised a patrol team. Brad was promoted to Lieutenant in 2020 and still remains the K-9 Unit supervisor and trainer. Brad has hundreds of hours of documented in field deployments with canines. Brad has testified and given canine explanation’s in court regarding canine training and pretrial readiness preparation with canine handlers and DDA’s.

Brad worked as a regional police canine trainer for a large canine company for over 4 years, training police canines and running monthly maintenance training's for many Law Enforcement agencies K-9 Units. Brad is an instructor for California POST canine evaluators class. Brad owns and operates Meyer’s Police Canine Training, training LE canines, importing and selling dogs, running advanced and basic handler courses, decoy instruction, narcotics and explosive detection training, monthly maintenance training and assisting in canine unit organization and best practices. Brad has taught many police canine case law update classes to handlers and administrators. Brad owns and helps operate Meyer’s K-9 Law with Elizabeth Norton.

Amie Meyer, Owner/Office Manager

Amie Meyer is the wife of Brad Meyer (Owner) and mother to their two beautiful daughters.  Amie has worked in the office setting since she was 16 years old.  Amie has been a receptionist in different dental offices where she handled many front office duties.  Amie owned and operated her own business for about 7 years.  When Meyer’s Police K9 Training started growing after their 1st year of being in business Amie and Brad decided it was time for Amie to work only for the K9 business.  Amie now works as a business partner to Brad and is in charge of HR. She handles all the accounts payable and accounts receivable for the business.  Amie also coordinates all the courses we offer and is in charge of registration.   While working for Meyer’s Police K9 Training Amie continues to stay active in their daughters lives and loves to come out to all the trainings and courses as much as she can.

Our Facility

We've Provided Service to:

  • Los Angeles Police Department
  • Sacramento Police Department
  • Sacramento Sheriff’s Office
  • Newark Police Department
  • Redding Police Department
  • Anderson Police Department
  • US Forest Service
  • Orland Police Department
  • Paradise Police Department
  • Glenn County Sheriff's Office
  • Glenn County Probation Department
  • Trinity County Sheriff's Office
  • Chico Police Department
  • California Highway Patrol
  • Mendocino Sheriff's Office
  • Butte County Sheriff's Office
  • Tehama County Sheriff's Office
  • Crescent City Police Department
  • Lassen County Sheriff's Office
  • Douglas County (Nevada) Sheriff's Office
  • Oroville Police Department
  • San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office
  • Curry County Sheriff's Office
  • Manteca Police Department
  • Pyramid Lake Police Department
  • Modoc County Sheriff's Office
  • Corning Police Department
  • Del Norte County Sheriff's Office
  • Eureka Police Department
  • Mariposa County Sheriff's Office
  • Red Bluff Police Department
  • Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office
  • Modesto Police Department
  • US Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
  • El Dorado Hills Sheriff's Office
  • Tehama County Probation Department
  • Weed Police Department
  • California Fish & Wildlife
  • Humboldt County Sheriff's Office
  • Roseville Police Department
  • Pershing County Sheriff's Office
  • Susanville Police Department
  • Yuba County Sheriff's Office
  • Mt. Shasta Police Department
  • Manteca Police Department