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

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

    Leslie
    Living and Running Behind the Redwood Curtain
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      Thank You Leslie

      SteveP

        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!

        Kirsten

         

        Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read.

        Groucho Marx

        coastwalker


          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.

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