We all grew up with at least one hero in our lives, but how many people can call their hero Duke or Kiva? Answer: All those who had their lives saved by rescue dogs.
Whether houses fire, tornado debris, the remnants of an earthquake, or flowing water for the hurricane front, these specially trained rescue dogs Rush In, without any problems for their own welfare, pulling out victims, some dead and some are still alive. They do it again and again.
With a powerful nose and smell things a person can not, rescue dogs, hard-working and very loyal to what is expected of them. And what do they ask in return? Hug, a treat or a little one-on-one play time. Not a huge reward, but for these special dogs, it is very satisfactory.
There are different types of breeds, rescue dogs are better than others. For example, bloodhounds have a talent for prowess and are known to identify criminals. Newfound lands are good avalanche dogs and Labrador retrievers are good dogs corpse. Any dog can become a rescue dog, until they can concentrate on tracking scent, such as German Shepherds, Belgian Malinois, and Golden Retrievers.
Before you enable tracking, each rescue dog is put through extensive evaluations. Scent detection training then began his skills and developed through regular sessions. To track the dog will pick up on the smell of skin cells flake off the body. These skin cells float in the air and fell to the ground as the person moves forward, and they float on the surface of water, if the victim drowned.
Men and women for these furry heroes of all volunteers who are fit, enjoy spending time outdoors, and take pride in learning and communicating with their dogs to help. These men and women may also belong to rescue teams, such as SOSARD or SWOSAR, who called the police and may extend to several hours to reach the site search. Along with their rescue dog they are looking at various types of weather and terrain for lost children, missing fishermen and hunters, accident victims and injured tourists.
There is another type of rescue dog that can sniff his trail from the air. Sensing the air-rescue dogs work directly and specifically from aircraft, air surveillance and search of victims. These dogs specialize in structural collapses and drowning. Because these air-scenting rescue dogs work on scent trailing over the ground and away from the handler, they become very useful in areas that were contaminated with the human search, after the let her go on the air from some time.