This upcoming September will mark the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on 9/11. To commemorate, the AKC and Museum of the Dog want to take time to honor the search and rescue dogs that participated in the rescue and recovery efforts in the aftermath of the attacks. Continue reading You Have An Assignment Due Monday
I remember they had to have people hide so the dogs could find someone – they were getting depressed because there were so few survivors.
Praying for peace on this solemn day of remembrance.
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!
Of the more than 300 search and rescue dogs working at Ground Zero, Bretagne was the last survivor. Today.com broke the news this evening that the Golden Retriever hadn’t eaten for three days when her partner, Denise Corliss, made the difficult decision that it was time to say goodbye. Continue reading Bretagne, Last 9/11 Search & Rescue Dog, Dead at Age 16