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Post area search training in preparation for their SARTEC 2 testing later this month, great job team! ... See MoreSee Less

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Photos from the devastated Rowlett, TX
Continued thoughts & prayers for our brave first responders and those affected in the area.
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NBC 5 DFW News helicopter captured a few of the TX-TF1 team members getting to work this morning. Stay safe out there! Our thoughts and prayers are with all that have been affected by this storm. NB

2 months ago  ·  

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This Holiday season help our friends at Aggieland Humane Society by donating a few items from their wish list. Santa doesn't always make it by there, and these pups & kitties deserve toys and treats!

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2 months ago  ·  

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From the Blog...

  • Glaucoma

    Your dog’s eye is watering, sinks in and is reddened at times. Did he run into a mesquite shrub, get stung? Normal questions for SAR handlers and their trouble prone dogs! However, when the eye is involved, I recommend getting vet advice as soon as possible. Brennan experienced these symptoms and despite multiple vet visits, […]

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  • The Memorial Day floods

    In May, Search Dog Network helped respond to the floods in Hays County. We responded with two human remains detection canine teams and several ground team members. There were numerous new lessons learned among all responders during this search, but two stand out that will improve how our team approaches working large scale floods. The […]

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