In honor of the 10th anniversary of the tragedy at Ground Zero, a new book has been published showcasing photographs of the search and rescue dogs from 9/11 that are still alive. Of the 100 original dogs, only twelve are left. Thought you might enjoy seeing some of the photos. If you’re interested in the book, titled Retrieved by Dutch photographer Charlotte Dumas, it is available on Amazon. And here’s a link to the article describing the book from the UK’s Daily Mail. Continue reading Tuesday Top Ten: Remaining Search & Rescue Dogs from September 11, 2001
OK, besides the fact that I love his name, this dog served a life-saving purpose in Afghanistan recently. As part of a British K-9 unit, Chocolate, a Belgian Shepherd, is trained to sniff out bombs, but no one expected him to find a whole bomb-making factory.
Check out this video from NBC News for the whole story.
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!