When someone is reported lost or overdue, our volunteer search and rescue / recovery (SAR) dog teams are available to respond, day or night, to help in the search effort.
SAR dogs can find:
- Children lost in the wilderness, parks or hidden in shrubbery around houses
- Elderly people who have wandered away from homes and hospitals
- Hikers and hunters lost in the woods
- Victims of drowning accidents
- Victims of earthquake, flood, explosion, fire, train wrecks, plane crashes…
- Evidence of crime and the recovery of bodies of homicide victims
Our services can only be requested by:
- An official Law Enforcement or
- Emergency Management Agency,
- Department of Natural Resources,
- US Forest Service,
- US Park Service,
- Or other appropriate agencies at local, state or federal level.
Private citizens requesting our services are directed to contact their local Law Enforcement Agency, which will then contact us , if appropriate.
Remember, it is never too early to call in a search dog unit, and there is no charge for our services.
Thank you for visiting our web site! If you have any questions or would like to volunteer as a training victim, please e-mail us directly using the contact link.