Quality Dogs Available

Quality Dogs Available

Trained Working Dogs for Sale

AMK9 offers expertly-trained military working dogs and police dogs for sale. We only deal with superior quality K9s, and our dogs are available internationally from two training locations—Florida and Alabama.
You’ll find over 500 top-notch military working dogs and police K9s available at all times. We offer K9 Partners to fill a variety of roles including bomb and explosive detection, drug detection, dual-purpose and patrol, and cell phone detection.


All our dogs come from Europe where the world’s best working dogs have been bred for decades. Before bringing the dogs to AMK9, each is individually assessed by a veterinarian for excellent health and temperament. Our expert trainers then test out each K9, following strict guidelines and according to its ability to meet our quality and performance standards. Once in the USA, each dog is examined again by our veterinarians. Canine Welfare is extremely important to AMK9, and while dogs are with us we ensure them the highest quality of life possible.


Our experienced K9 trainers carefully evaluate each young dog, assessing it for stamina, drive, and level of aggression. This rigorous vetting guarantees you get a top quality, healthy K9 partner you can count on for years to come.

Each dog comes with a 1-year Work Ability Guarantee plus a 1-year Health Guarantee.

Learn more about our Canine Selection process.

Our Breeds

Dogs with a ‘play and prey’ drive are ideal for training because they have exceptional endurance, enthusiasm, and motivation for performance activities such agility drills, fly ball, and obedience training. For these reasons, AMK9 generally works with the following breeds:

German Shepherd

The world’s leading police, guard and military working dog
Known for its direct, fearless disposition, the spirited German Shepherd Dog is a top pick in law enforcement agencies. But the Shepherd is an ‘all rounder’—its temperament coupled with a strong, muscular body makes it a distinct favorite as a military working dog and general security dog too.
The German Shepherd is: alert, cheerful, confident, courageous, intelligent, keen, obedient, serious, tranquil, extremely faithful and eager to learn. They will not think twice about giving their lives for their human pack.

A German Shepherd Working Dog

Belgian Malinois

Sought after as both a police dog and military working dog
One of the four types of Belgian sheepherding dogs, the Belgian Malinois is a high-energy breed, well-known to both law enforcement and the military, and a prized K9 partner.
Although sometimes mistaken for the German Shepherd Dog, the Malinois is more elegant in build and lighter-boned, but does not lack for strength, agility or herding ability. A very bright and obedient dog, it is determined and observant with strong protective and territorial instincts. The Belgian Malinois retains a strong work ethic and is happiest with regular activity and consistent, focused routine.
The Belgian Malinois is: alert, agile, intelligent, obedient, strong, territorial, highly trainable and naturally protective. They are not overly aggressive, making the breed excellent for security purposes.

A Belgian Malinois Police Dog

Dutch Shepherd

A very competent canine that excels as a guard dog
The Dutch Shepherds are among the most competent of all shepherd dogs at such tasks as agility, catch, obedience competitions, guard work, herding, field trailing and leadership. Attached to its territory and an enthusiastic worker, this dog is cunningly smart. They are very authoritative and seen as natural pack leaders.
The Dutch Shepherd is: agile, enthusiastic, intelligent, obedient, sober and very loyal to its handler. Unwanted visitors will be stopped in their tracks when approached by this breed.

A Dutch Shepherd Guard Dog

Labrador Retriever

An outstanding drug detection dog and a 5-star service dog
The Labrador Retriever is loving and patient, making it a great family dog. Being highly intelligent and gentle in nature the Labrador Retriever is a popular and logical choice for service dog work. This versatile hunting breed comes in three colors: yellow, black and chocolate. Because of the dog’s aptitude to please its handler the Labrador Retriever excels as part of a search-and-rescue team, or in drug detection with law enforcement.
The Labrador Retriever is: affectionate, good natured, intelligent, loyal, patient, willing and eager to please. This is one of the most popular breeds in the world.


Vapor Wake® Labradors: Capitalizing on the breed strengths and temperament of the Labrador, Auburn University’s Canine Performance Sciences program is further enhancing the Labrador through carefully monitored scientific breeding in order to develop the ideal detection canine.

Find out more about Vapor Wake® dogs here.

A Labrador Retriever Drug Detection Dog

Springer Spaniel

A born hunter with a nose for contraband
The Springer Spaniel has been endowed with style, enthusiasm, and an eager-to-please quality common to most spaniels. He is recognized for his ability to keep going and going under adverse hunting conditions, which is partly due to his medium-sized, powerful body. He has long, hanging ears and a moderately long coat that can be black or liver with white, blue or liver roan, and tricolor.
The Springer Spaniel is: brave, energetic, even-tempered, friendly, gentle, intelligent, obedient, playful, pleasant, skillful, sociable, willing and a quick learner. Their tails are seemingly always in motion as they earnestly get on with the job at hand!

A Springer Spaniel Contraband Detection Dog