"Dog-world devotees will find this as gripping as any thriller."-Publishers' Weekly. A revised paperback edition, with new photos of rescue dog operations at the World Trade Center and other sites First published in 1991, "Search and Rescue Dogs" is the definitive guide to training dogs for search and rescue operations. Created by the nation's oldest search dog organization, ARDA, it shows dog owners and rescue teams how to train dogs properly for all kinds of missions, including water, wilderness, disaster and avalanche. For this first-ever paperback edition, ARDA has updated the book with new information, a more user-friendly interior design, and a salute to 9/11's hero dogs. Photographs of ARDA members who participated in searches at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and Oklahoma City illustrate -The Crucial Importance of Rescue Dog Operations.Über den Autor:
Search and Rescue Dogs: Training the K--9 Hero, is told in the authoritative voice of the American Rescue Dog Association (ARDA), the nation's oldest airscenting search dog organization. Since its founding, ARDA's standards and training methods have served as the model for dog units around the nation.
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