About Our Trainers

Mike Bullock

Mike began working dogs as a young boy with his grandfather, competing in field trials and other hunting and tracking trials.

Mike went on to join the US Air Force in 1984 continuing his passion for training knowledge at March Air Force Base. Spring of 1989 Bullocks K9 was established. Not long after Mike Bullocks’ name was known by many state courts and attorneys as a leader in court testimony in the areas of canine training and tactics. He was the expert guest on COURTTV in 1992. In 1990 Mike was the founding member of the American Working Dog Association and continues now as the National Director of AWDA. Mike is one of few that is recognized as an expert and a certified in all disciplines of law-enforcement and search and rescue canines; Including Explosives, Arson and human remains. Mike has been an industry-leading expert in a multitude of scenes and scenarios over the past four decades. Mike has trained SAR canines locally and internationally with a specialty in team interpretation and advanced problem-solving. Mike is truly passionate about sharing his vast experience with all those that wish to learn.

Drew Nyman

Drew has been breeding, raising and training dogs since he was a child, helping out in his family's pet store.

Drew enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 2008 and was afforded the opportunity to become a Military Police K9 Handler. During his time in the Marines, Drew became certified to handle and train Military Working Dogs in patrol, scout, tracking, narcotics, and explosive detection, deterrence, and obedience. Drew has supported various agencies and organizations from across the globe with K9 capabilities and handler support. Some of those organizations include ATF, DEA, NCIS, DoD, U.S. Secret Service, Customs and Border Patrol, MARSOC S.E.R.E School, NEK ASG, and several state and local law enforcement agencies. In 2012, Drew and his MWD Emily deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom as a Combat Tracking Team to Afghanistan's Helmand Province. While deployed, he provided advanced K9 tracking and man tracking capabilities to units in austere conditions. Drew has been featured in various articles regarding his work with dogs, and in 2013 was featured on Animal Planet's Glory Hounds: Dogs of War. Drew is extremely passionate about dog training and teaching handlers how to think critically about their work. He is a subject matter expert in K9 tracking and visual tracking in addition to counter tracking/evading capture. Drew's steadfast desire not to cut corners in training and utilization is evident with the dogs he's handled and trained.

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