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A Tribute to the Search and Rescue Dogs of 9/11 and Their Handlers (Read 20 times)

Miss My Pops

    This is a great article written in 2011. Very touching ~

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      Thank You Leslie


        Really wonderful!


        The photographer was able to capture the element of focus in each of these dogs - which is maybe why they are able to search and rescue.


        Thanks Leslie!



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          I'll bet that many people have forgotten about the official roles the dogs played, and never knew the 'unofficial' jobs (providing comfort, etc.) they did.


          Thanks for posting this, Leslie.