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  1. Thank you for assisting in the May 22nd 2011 tornado in Joplin. I was a college student at Ozark Christian College at the time and my apartment was destroyed. I was the search dog then, digging through it for my friends. I found out they were unharmed and was reunited with them that night… but man! It would have been great to have a search dog.

    It’s always great when I get to meet someone who assisted and thank them. Thank you!

  2. What a great article! So useful and informative! All kinds of dogs can be search dogs, but the owner must be willing to work with them, and receive competant training. If you are looking for a way to assist your community and get some exercise, then volunteer at your local search and rescue.

  3. This article was not only informative; it was interesting and fun to read. Like people, dogs have differing abilities and talents. Searching, protecting, comforting–they do it all.

    Some PC moral must be inserted. Calling this wonderful dog “Worthless” is hurting his self-esteem. He’ll soon feel inferior to the other dogs. He may also feel unloved. This could end in tragedy; you might have a kennel shooting. I’m sure he’d feel better about himself if you called him “Irreplaceable”. Group therapy may be useful.

    Looking forward to Part 2.

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