A man with Alzheimers wanders away from home. A child is missing, or a hiker becomes hopelessly lost in the mountains.
It’s drizzling rain, you’ve been walking for hours only to find that you’re right back at that same fallen tree again. It’s getting late, you’re getting cold, and the last bit of water in your bottle is almost gone. A K9 Search and Rescue Team could be the best solution in your situation.
What’s it take to be on a Search and Rescue Team?
Walk with me, and I will take you on the information journey to becoming a part of a very special group of individuals. We do this, after all “...So Others May Live”.
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