Exceptional Canines

K9 Pipe Inspections leak sniffing detector dogs find leaks along buried oil, natural gas, and saltwater disposal pipelines.

Our canines services work well in conjunction with hydrostatic or nitrogen pressure testing. 

Contact us to find out how our dogs can help optimize your integrity management and damage prevention plan.


Rapid Response

Our highly trained dogs locate leaks along buried oil, natural gas, and swd pipelines. Our specialized odorant is injected at the well head and will rise to the surface allowing our dog team to pinpoint the source of the leak. This system saves oil and gas companies time, manpower, and equipment use. Our services can be used for gathering lines, distribution lines, transmission pipelines, and even refineries. KPI leak detectors are versatile with a parts per billion olfactory operating system. Our dogs have outperformed modern technology on the job, read more here.

We offer nationwide service and have completed contracts across the US including Texas, New Mexico, and California. We have a 24 hour emergency response line (307) 689 3035 with rapid mobilization canine teams at the ready.


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Exceptionally Skilled
Only highly trained dogs with extreme drive and physical stamina are selected. Each contract has a minimum of two pipeline leak detection dogs.

K9 Pipeline Leak Detection

  • K9 Pipe Inspections ISNetworld verified


    K9 Pipe Inspections, LLC is OSHA compliant, Insured, and ISNetworld verified. We have a 24/7 emergency response phone line and a rapid mobilization team on call. Our professional team will arrive at your job site within 12-72 hours.
  • Pipelines International Dog Leak Detection


    Since 2007, Penspen, Manchester Jetline, and Newcastle University have been researching the feasibility of using dogs for leak detection. The results gathered during the research verified and quantified the dogs’ accuracy and reliability in locating a leak on a pipeline. The results confirmed that trained dogs can be deployed along pipelines as a reliable and accurate leak detection tool.
  • US Department of Transportation & PHMSA


    Since 2004, pipeline operators under PHMSA's jurisdiction have been required to submit performance measure reports for hazardous liquid and gas transmission pipeline infrastructure covered by Integrity Management (IM) programs.

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Please note whether your inquiry is an emergency. We will contact you by phone immediately. All other inquiries please check our FAQ, and we will respond to you by e-mail as soon as possible.