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20 Hard-Working Dogs With More Impressive Jobs Than You

World Trade Center, New York September, 21, 2001 — FEMA’s Urban Search and Rescue teams search for survivors amongst the wreckage of the World Trade Center while a rescue dog takes a needed break.    (Andrea Booher / FEMA News Photo)

World Trade Center, New York September, 2001 -- FEMA's Urban Search and Rescue teams search for survivors amongst the wreckage of the World Trade Center while a rescue dog takes a needed break. Andrea Booher/FEMA News Photo My Heros.

The first search and rescue dog on the scene of the World Trade Center disaster on September 11. 2001, was Bear, an 11 year old Golden Retriever. He began recovery efforts immediately, working 18 hour days in the beginning.  Rest in Peace, Bear.

The first search and rescue dog on the scene of the World Trade Center disaster on September was Bear, an 11 year old Golden Retriever. He began recovery efforts immediately, working 18 hour days in the beginning. REST IN ETERNAL PEACE, PRECIOUS BEAR.

In the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, over 350 trained search and rescue dogs responded to Ground Zero and the Pentagon.The aftermath of 9/11 saw the largest deployment of SAR (search-and-rescue) dogs in U.S. history.

This amazing painting by Fred Stone really captures a lot. Rescue dogs amaze me, and this pin is perfect for Rescue teams, canine and human alike, deserve our tribute!

Aww so sweet! Whoever says dogs don't feel has never really been around them!

9/11 'hero dog' saved woman trapped in rubble for 27 hours

search and rescue dogs. Very sad but sweet. This happened at the Murrah bombing too. Very interesting. It makes me feel like dogs are actually more human than we think.

I'm a Search and Rescue Officer for the US Forest Service, I have some stories to tell : PART 1

I'm a Search and Rescue Officer for the US Forest Service, I have some stories to tell (Part - nosleep

A search and rescue working dog is transported out of the depris of the World Trade Center in New York City by Beverly & Pack, via Flickr

- A rescue dog is transported out of the debris of the World Trade Center. The twin towers of the center were destroyed in a Sept. Navy Photo by Journalist Class Preston Keres. (RELEASED) (Via slagheap)

The aftermath of 9/11 saw the largest deployment of SAR (Search-And-Rescue) dogs in U.S. history. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

A Search and Rescue Worker hugs his dog. Oklahoma City, Ok. April May All who were affected by this day continue to be blessed and loved by the Divine.

Orion, age 13, Vacaville, Calif. He worked at the World Trade Center for five days after the attacks and later participated in searches for missing hikers in the High Sierras, at elevations of as much as 12,000 feet. Orion’s owner says that the dog ‘‘loved the work. His purpose in living was doing search and rescue work.’’

The Search-and-Rescue Dogs of 9/11

mo-mtn-girl: ““ In Dutch photographer Charlotte Dumas embarked on a quest to locate the last surviving search and rescue dogs who had worked so tirelessly ten years earlier. Retrieved is a.

Rip the air raid warden dog - Rip was a very good dog who helped save lives during the Second World War. He was found as a stray by Air Raid Warden Mr E. King. The two became friends, and Rip accompanied Mr King on his rounds. He was not trained in search and rescue work, but he took to it instinctively, sniffing out people who had been buried in rubble after Luftwaffe bombings. In twelve months from 1940 to 1941 he is credited with saving the lives of over a hundred people.

Rip, a mixed-breed terrier, was a Second World War search and rescue dog who was awarded the Dickin Medal for bravery in

Search and Rescue Dogs of 9/11: Scout and another unknown dog lay among the rubble at Ground Zero, just two of nearly 100 search and rescue animals who helped to search for survivors

The 9/11 rescue dogs: Portraits of the last surviving animals who scoured Ground Zero one decade on

Rescue Dogs of - Scout and another unknown dog lay among the rubble at Ground Zero, just two of nearly 100 search and rescue animals who helped to search for survivors

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