SNIF works for people who want to make sure family members or employees aren't using drugs, but who don't want to involve police.
Traditionally, clients are sober houses, strip clubs and private high schools. Yet he's got a growing segment among suspicious parents who want to know if their teens are hiding a stash.
"Parents call us when they suspect their kids may be doing something," Andy said. "The dog sniffs the rooms and finds their hiding places. It's a confidential thing. They don't have to involve the police."