Meet the Stars of the MILITARY K-9 UNIT!
These soldiers track down a serial killer with the help of their brave canine partners.
All-Black German Shepherd
This breed is intelligent, very energetic and has a naturally protective instinct. They’re built physically for agility, are known as one of the preferred canine personal-protection companions and police and military service dogs, and are admired for their lovability, affection and loyalty.
K-9 “Star” patrols with her partner, Linc Colson, as part of Security Forces at Canyon Air Force Base, Texas. She boasts menacing looks and attack and protection training, yet she has a kind heart. She can be trusted to instinctively single out enemies while using her imposing size and defensive actions to guard the innocent, no matter what.
German Shorthaired Pointer
Skilled in patrolling and cadaver detection, Titan is Lieutenant Ethan Webb’s faithful companion and “wing man” in every circumstance, even though he will occasionally go after a cat or unattended hamburger when his handler is distracted.
Queenie’s trained to be an Electronic Sniffer Dog. She is a small and friendly dog who loves her job searching out things like cell phones and laptops. She loves children, especially her partner Chase’s young daughter, Allie, and stays close to the small girl’s side whenever she’s not working.
Roscoe is more social than most military working dogs because he is in search and rescue (SAR). He can get mean when needed but mostly he knows to sniff, search and find—then gets playtime with his favorite ball or chew toy. He’s loyal and smart and responds well to commands, and his scent meter is about a trillion times stronger than a human’s! What a hero!
Coming Soon: Rescue Operation by Lenora Worth
Annie is pretty easygoing and laid-back…except when someone she loves is threatened. She’s well-trained in anything to do with tracking, whether it’s bombs, drugs, or missing people. Bloodhounds can be notoriously stubborn, but when it comes to tracking, they can’t be beat.
Coming Soon: Explosive Force by Lynette Eason
Dobermans are naturally protective and can be excellent guard dogs. Because Dobermans are so smart, fast and easily trained, they are in high demand for police and military K-9 units.
Coming Soon: Battle Tested by Laura Scott
He’s trained in apprehension and works closely with his military partner to capture criminals. He scent-tracks suspects, usually following a ground scent trail left by the person he’s seeking. Quinn, like most Malinois, is energetic, alert and eager to please. He’s a high-energy dog who loves to work and play. When he’s not on the job, he enjoys exploring the world, playing ball and spending lazy days curled up next to his favorite person.
Coming Soon: Valiant Defender by Shirlee McCoy
Stryker & Greta
Stryker – German Shepherd
Stryker is a retired K-9 soldier. He lost a leg in battle but he has never lost his desire to serve and protect. His so-called disability doesn’t affect his capacity to act in defense of a helpless little girl, and his heroism will one day be legendary.
Greta – Belgian Malinois
Belgian Malinois are very smart and reliable animals, which makes them excellent police and military dogs. They are generally trained to apprehend suspects, or to detect explosives and/or narcotics. Greta is an excellent bomb-sniffing K-9.
Coming Soon: Military K-9 Unit Christmas by Valerie Hansen and Laura Scott