As you’ve known, dog is a favorite pet of many people. Somebody trained them for watching over the house or just feed them for being friend. Anyway, the dogs’ abilities are not only live as the pet but they can also rescue human in many circumstances.
The rescue dogs are trained for helping people with no concerns for their own welfare, pulling out victims, some dead and some still alive such as flowing water behind a hurricane front, tornado rubble, leftovers from an earthquake, or a house fire.
As a result of their special and powerful ability like snout that they use to smell things a human may not. Also, they are hard-working and very loyal to doing what is expected of them. That’s very different from man, no need to guerdon; the rescue dogs need just a hug, a treat or a little one-on-one play time.
Furthermore, the men and women behind these furry heroes are all volunteers who are fit, enjoy spending time outdoors, and take pride in training and communicating with their rescue dogs. These men and women may also belong to rescue teams such as SOSARD or SWOSAR, who are called out by the police department and may travel several hours to reach a search site. Along with their rescue dog they search in all different types of weather and terrain for lost children, missing fishermen and hunters, accident victims and injured hikers.