Located in Atlanta, GA, Redemption Road K9 (RRK9) is a top-rated working-dog company, a working dog co-op retailer, and cynology centre focusing on Animal-Assisted Interventions (AAI) with the goal of creating and developing goal-oriented and structured interventions that intentionally incorporate animals in health, education, and human service for the purpose of therapeutic gains and improved health and wellness.

About Us


Utilizing cutting edge science along with decades of collective training experience, Redemption Road K9 training programs work endlessly to offer both people and dogs another chance at a happy and fulfilling life.

About Our Staff

Our staff hold international and advanced degrees and certifications in Dog Emotion & Cognition (Duke University) and Animal Welfare & Behavior (University of Edinburgh). We are also Certified Canine Athlete Specialists (CCAS), Certified Canine Athlete Advisors, National Dog Groomers Association of America (NDGAA) members, Canine Nutritionist & Fresh Food Formulators, Natural Home Remedies & Pet First Aid for Dogs & Cat Specialists, and Certified Animal Reiki Practitioners (With a Specialization in Dogs).

Redemption Road K9 decoys hold international and national certifications in multiple protection sports, along with teaching and training certifications in the sport of French Ring.

About Our Dogs

Redemption Road K9 assists in breeding and training well-balanced and sociable dogs who are vigilant in their jobs. Our team of experts work with top breeders and scientists throughout the world to carefully select our canines from strong bloodlines and of stable temperament. Our conditioning and training program includes continuous assessments and performance reviews to ensure our canines are healthy, strong, and ready for their new life.


Redemption Road K9 works endlessly to offer both people and dogs another chance at a happy and fulfilling life. That’s why we have developed our “Job Training for Juveniles” program; a 17-week immersion program that aims to arm youth who are being adjudicated for low level offenses, and those assessed as low risk to reoffend, with skills that prepare them for a life outside of the criminal justice system.