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How to Get Involved With Search and Rescue Dog Training

Saturday, October 11, 2014
posted by Jim Murphy

dog rescueIf you want to train search and rescue dogs (SAR), you can lay the groundwork by playing hide and seek and working on obedience commands with a dog bug if you really want to train a search and rescue dog, you’ll have to do a lot of training yourself.

Start by working with SAR training clubs. They can evaluate and work with your dog to be sure that he is a good candidate for search and rescue. They are set up to assist with training for all kinds of search and rescue work. They can also help you through the certification process for whichever training that you decide to do.

If you’re serious about SAR training,┬álocate SAR groups near you and learn about ┬áthe requirements.

Check out the link below for more information.

http://www.sardogs.com/national_sar_organizations.htm

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