Latest Search and rescue dog Stories

2013-07-23 23:31:17

Sales from shopSDF.com products for humans & canines help America’s canine disaster search teams developed by the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation (SDF). South Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) July 23, 2013 SearchDogsUSA Inc., official licensing arm of the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation (SDF), proudly announces the launch of http://www.shopSDF.com, a collection of fun and purposeful products for people and canines where sales proceeds support America’s search teams such as the...

2010-01-29 14:43:00

FRANKLIN, Tenn., Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- As search and rescue teams return home from Haiti this week, The Nutro Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mars, Incorporated, today announced a $50,000 donation to the Search Dog Foundation (SDF). SDF is a California-based organization that deployed six canine disaster search teams to assist in the search and rescue operations in Haiti. SDF's search team efforts have been the most successful deployment in the organization's 14 year history with...

2009-06-17 04:00:00

Ex-police officer and certified search & rescue manager won contest to clone beloved pet Trakr, hero of 9-11 rescue efforts LOS ANGELES, June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Can you clone a hero? Retired police officer James Symington, owner of the late search and rescue dog and 9-11 hero, Trakr, will receive five answers to that question on Wednesday June 17, 2009. BioArts International, a Northern California biotech company that is offering the first commercial dog cloning service in the world,...

2009-01-02 16:06:53

Police in Fort Worth, Texas, baffled about a missing K-9 dog, turned to a dog detective agency when their helicopter search turned up nothing. Godiva, an operative for Dog Gone Detectives, found Loki, the escaped search and rescue dog, in 15 minutes, The Dallas Morning News reported. Kat Manning, one of the owners of the agency, said that Loki did not make himself hard to find. He was about half a mile from his handler's home, where he had chewed a hole in the fence on New Year's Day....

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