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search dog

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(Law) a dog trained to assist rescue workers in finding people buried under rubble by detection by smell
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We have four search and rescue dogs, trained to national standards, and Taz is our current senior dog, taking over recently from a long line of top dogs.
Rescue dogs like Bracken are handled by experienced team members who are a part of the search and rescue dog association (SARDA).
She has been an Urban Search and Rescue dog with the Service since she was 18 months old and has worked in many major incidents across the country.
North Yorkshire police used Spencer, a springer spaniel search and rescue dog from the Tyne and Wear fire service, to search the wreckage.
Tess is following a family tradition - both her parents are operational search and rescue dogs.
And soon Molly will be saving lives as a mountain search and rescue dog.
For two-year-old Diesel is Scotland's only international search and rescue dog.
Jo, who has another search and rescue dog, 10-year-old Jake, said: "I wanted to try and include dogs in the World Firefighter Games.
A ENSIONER who became stuck in bushes for over 13 hours was found by a search and rescue dog after a full scale manhunt.
Brin's owner Mike Hadwin, manager of environmental monitoring at the Sellafield nuclear plant in West Cumbria, is one of 17 dog handlers in the Lakes' Search And Rescue Dog Association, SARDA.
For the man's life was saved when four-year-old Ty had his first success as a search and rescue dog.
Meanwhile, Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team, Teesdale and Weardale Mountain Rescue Team and a search and rescue dog from the Northumberland team, were brought in to help.

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