Captain Matt Kirk’s Search and Rescue dog. Captain Kirk has had Stella since 2009, she came to him from the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation, which trains K9’s to find people during disasters. … Link.
On Monday the Cajun Coast Search & Rescue Team out of Louisiana plans to head to the Commonwealth. They are a specialized K-9 unit that works … All of our dogs are certified now. Link.
In 1995, there were only 15 FEMA-certified search-and-rescue dogs nationwide. After working that tragic site, she vowed to help 168 dogs (one for each victim). “Hero Dogs: How a Pack of Rescues, Rejec… Link.
The Israeli mission to Brazil is the first since the IDF’s national search and rescue unit was certified by the International Search and Rescue Advisory Group (INSARG) last November, joining a network … Link.
The military said it was deploying 1,000 troops, including sniffer dogs … disaster. Would-be rescue volunteers were urged to stay away because of the slippery, perilous mud. Media were pressed not t… Link.
The military said it was deploying 1,000 troops, including sniffer dogs, to the affected … drones to avoid collisions with search and rescue helicopters. Walter Morais, a member of the Red Cross tea… Link.
The event is sponsored by Texas A&M Task Force 1 (TX-TF1) and is recognized as a top workshop for canine search specialists with federal urban search and rescue … dogs during the training exercises. … Link.
One of my rescue dogs protects us from joggers … shifting remains are brought into focus. Yet as these dogs and their handlers searched, donations poured into the National Disaster Search Dog Founda… Link.
KOOTENAI COUNTY, Idaho — The volunteer search and rescue department with the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office said goodbye to one of its four-legged team members this week. Retired K-9 Beau passed awa… Link.
Now retired, Melville burned to combine her teaching skills with her love of dogs. Her novel solution? To get a new Labrador puppy, Murphy, and enroll in SAR classes, search-and-rescue training that w… Link.