Search and Rescue Dogs by Marie-Therese Miller


Search and Rescue Dogs by Marie-Therese Miller

Uncover the difficult training exercises and heroic real-life stories of search and rescue dogs, their handlers, and their brilliant teamwork. Among the amazingly true tales: a disaster search and rescue dog leaps from metal beam to concrete slab while trying to locate an earthquake victim trapped beneath the rubble of a fallen building; a group of children lost in the forest is saved by a wilderness search and rescue canine; and a snow slide buries a young mother, until an avalanche dog comes to her rescue.

About the Author

Author Marie-Therese Miller holds a B.A. in psychology and an M.A. in writing from Manhattanville College. She has written nearly 100 nonfiction articles and stories for Girls' Life and Guideposts for Kids, among other publications. Miller also contributed a story to Chicken Soup for the Preteen Soul 2. She lives in Salt Point, New York, with her husband, five children, and a fluffy miniature poodle named Oreo.

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80 pages


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Publication date

15th April 2007



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