Angel Search & Rescue K-9 Program
Your Help is Needed
Angel Search and Rescue Team is working hard to become operational. To train a dog to be certified in Search and Rescue (SAR), volunteers may train with their dogs for 2 years or more. The average SAR K-9 handler trains a minimum of one day per week for several hours.
Angel K-9 SAR is seeking volunteers that are interested in training their dogs to be heroes. The dedication is strict, the hours long, and the journey is challenging but the bond you form with your furry companion cannot beat. Ultimately, the chance of being able to find a list child or missing Alzheimer's patient motivates us all to push through the barriers and be ready at a moment's notice. If you are interested in learning more about bent a K-9 handler, please click here to contact us.
If you are in a position to make a monetary donation we would definitely appreciate it. Our k-9 handlers currently fund the program with their own money. Donations are greatly needed to assist with training and specialized equipment.
For more info on becoming a K9 Handler, please email Coordinator Chris Anderson, papagoat34 @ gmail.com
|K-9 Greta and handler, Kristi Anderson prepare to find a subject that has hidden in the woods||Tim Coke and his K-9 partner, Duke, prepare for the find as the WSET camera man gets ready to capture footage for the 6:00 news||K-9 Greta, handled by Chris Anderson, eagerly awaits her turn to run a trail at a recent training in Va Beach.|