Eika and her handler, Deputy Frazier are trained to specialize in narcotic detection and tracking. The pair just recently returned from their training program at the Alabama Canine Law Enforcement Officer’s Training Center. This is the same training that Sergeant Falco (Walton County's four-legged ranked officer) received. Deputy Frazier wants the community to know, “Eika may be young, but she is unbelievably smart." The two have big shoes to fill, but Eika is already making a name for herself. Since launching her career in Walton County, Eika has already tracked down and located narcotics on a suspect. As Deputy Frazier explains, “Narcotics and tracking are a long process and we will continue to mature and develop our skills". Their goal is to become the best canine in the state and we believe that they will accomplish this!
The two continue to train everyday, in fact, they are together 24/7. Deputy Frazier explained, “there is no other county in the state of Georgia that puts in as much training as we do, everyday our team is progressing.” While Eika is always ready and eager at a moment’s notice, it’s also important to Frazier that she leads a regular life. When off duty, Frazier makes sure to include weekly play time in their schedule. Eika also gets to interact and play with Frazier’s 2 other dogs (an American Bulldog/ pit bull mix and chocolate lab).