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  • Association of Fire Investigation Dog Handlers - Association whose goal is to promote the use of fire investigation search dogs in the United Kingdom by fire and rescue services. Information, history and links.
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  • Berkshire Search & Rescue - A volunteer search dog group assisting lowland search and rescue teams, the police and other emergency services in locating lost or missing persons. Based in Bracknell.
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  • British International Rescue & Search Dogs - A trained team of un-paid volunteers, based in North Wales. Information, mission history and contact detail.
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  • Buckinghamshire Search & Rescue - Provide a pool of volunteers, trained in emergency procedures and first aid. Based in Buckinghamshire county, United Kingdom.
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  • Lowland Search Dogs. - An umbrella organization set up to bring together regional search and rescue dog units and to create and oversee standards for air, scenting lowland search dogs, in the United Kingdom.
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  • National Search and Rescue Dog Association - A voluntary organization responsible for training and deployment of air scenting search and rescue dogs to search for missing persons both in the mountains and high moorlands of Britain as well as lowland, rural and urban areas.
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  • Search and Rescue Dog Association - Provides and trains mountain rescue search dogs for police and mountain rescue teams in southern Scotland.
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  • Search and Rescue Dog Association Scotland - About the search and rescue dogs used by the police and mountain rescue teams throughout Scotland. The association also trains search dogs.
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  • Tom Middlemas - Describing natural method of training search and rescue dogs. Pictures and descriptions from training and actual events. The trainer is based in Scotland, but work worldwide.
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