In the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, over 350 trained search and rescue dogs responded to Ground Zero and the Pentagon. The dogs were extremely important in locating human victims, by using their sense of smell and agility to direct workers to the location of those injured and deceased. The aftermath of 9/11 saw the largest deployment of SAR (search-and-rescue) dogs in U.S. history. In addition, 300 therapeutic dogs were deployed to help comfort people.
Among the most popular dog breeds to be used were German Shepherds, Australian Shepherds, Belgian Shepherds, Yellow Labradors, Black Labradors, Chocolate Labradors, Golden Retrievers, Portuguese Waterdogs, Belgian Malinois, Border Collies, and Rat Terriers. The dogs worked 16 hours a day, and usually stayed on site for 7 to 14 days. In 2011, it was reported that only 12 dogs that responded to Ground Zero in New York after 9/11 were still alive.
From 10 to 1 here are the Dogs from 911
Belgian Shepherd Dog
Names: Salty and Roselle
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Here are more Dogs from 911 photos
(photos from google images)
My heart goes to all the people that die that day and all the profecionals that give their lives to extrangers and and all the dogs that work there too....
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