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JulieAnn said:
Great book! If you love dogs or are interested in how Search and Rescue is conducted, you’ll enjoy this book. You’ll be amazed at the intricacies involved in Search and Rescue and how the dogs and their handlers do the job. And, you’ll get a glimpse into one handler’s life. Meet the dogs and handlers now.
posted Oct 21, 2010 at 8:57AM
Jennifer L. said:
Do you remember the last time you saw a search and rescue dog during a disaster? Did you know that most of these teams are strictly made up of volunteers who spend years training to do this difficult and dangerous work? Charleson introduces us to this world as she trains her Golden Retriever puppy "Puzzle" to work with Dallas' elite Metro Area Rescue K9 unit. A fascinating enjoyable read full of humor and adventure that any dog lover must read!
posted Feb 4, 2011 at 3:30PM
Lynn M. said:
It was the title that caught my attention. From then on, it was the engaging storytelling of the pilot, turned search and rescue handler. Who knew how much time, effort and cost these people put into an entirely voluntary occupation? This bbok takes you on a unique journey from the meticulous research into finding the right dog to the countless hours of training and testing of both dog and handler. Though not a dog lover, I thoroughly enjoyed this warm, funny, sad and fascinating book.
posted Sep 10, 2012 at 6:29PM
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