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It is estimated that more than 300 dogs took part in the search, rescue and recovery efforts at Ground Zero.

Posted on Sep 11, 2018 by deborah

It is estimated that more than 300 dogs took part in the search, rescue and recovery efforts at Ground Zero. The last living person rescued from Ground Zero 27 hours after the collapse was found by one of these. In addition to search and rescue dogs, therapy dogs provided comfort to the firemen and rescue workers. June 2016, the last known surviving search dog of 9/11, Bretagne was laid to rest. We salute all the heroes of that day – both two legged and four. https://www.911memorial.org/blog/remembering-four-legged-heroes-911-rescue-and-recovery


It is estimated that more than 300 dogs took part in the search, rescue and recovery efforts at Ground Zero. The last living person rescued from Ground Zero 27 hours after the collapse was found by one of these. In addition to search and rescue dogs, therapy dogs provided comfort to the firemen and rescue workers. June 2016, the last known surviving search dog of 9/11, Bretagne was laid to rest. We salute all the heroes of that day – both two legged and four.

https://www.911memorial.org/blog/remembering-four-legged-heroes-911-rescue-and-recovery