Dogs can be trained to find lost or injured people, or human remains (cadavers). They may be used for individual cases or as part of a large rescue operation, for example after a natural disaster.
British Columbia Search Dog Association
A volunteer, non-profit association Training and maintaining a network of professional ground search and rescue dog teams throughout BC.
Canadian Avalanche Rescue Dog Association
A volunteer non profit charitable organization, whose goals are to train and maintain a network of avalanche search and rescue canine teams across Canada.
Canadian Search Dog Association
A provincial, non-profit group of dedicated individuals who volunteer in canine search and rescue operations. Information, history and member area. Based in Edmonton, Alberta.
Manitoba Search and Rescue Dog Association
Represents the professional and volunteer Search and Rescue dog teams in the province.
Ottawa Valley Search and Rescue Dog Association
Volunteer organization, whose primary reason for being is to provide trained and certified search dogs and handlers to official agencies upon request. Based in Ottawa.
Search and Rescue Dog Association of Alberta
A volunteer, non-profit group of dogs and handlers who serve the community in times of emergency or disaster. Located in Alberta.
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