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Three years ago, we had the pleasure of meeting 16-year-old Bretegne and her handler, Denise Corliss. Bretagne was the last surviving search and rescue dog at the site of the 9-11 terrorist attacks, but the pair's hard work extended to several disaster search and rescue missions over Bretagne's lifetime. The long days and lives saved will never be forgotten, and neither will she. Thank you both for your incredible service.❤️ ⠀ Recently, a few BarkBox employees were volunteering with search and rescue dogs in Texas. We stopped by Bretagne’s memorial to pay our respects to the bravest dog we’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting. ❤️ ⠀ bretagne searchandrescuedog hero searchandrescue disasterrelief texastaskforce1 memorial thankyouforyourservice: Three years ago, we had the pleasure of meeting 16-year-old Bretegne and her handler, Denise Corliss. Bretagne was the last surviving search and rescue dog at the site of the 9-11 terrorist attacks, but the pair's hard work extended to several disaster search and rescue missions over Bretagne's lifetime. The long days and lives saved will never be forgotten, and neither will she. Thank you both for your incredible service.❤️ ⠀ Recently, a few BarkBox employees were volunteering with search and rescue dogs in Texas. We stopped by Bretagne’s memorial to pay our respects to the bravest dog we’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting. ❤️ ⠀ bretagne searchandrescuedog hero searchandrescue disasterrelief texastaskforce1 memorial thankyouforyourservice

Three years ago, we had the pleasure of meeting 16-year-old Bretegne and her handler, Denise Corliss. Bretagne was the last surviving sea...

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Rescue dogs In total, around 300 dogs contributed to the rescue and recovery efforts around Ground Zero. Working in extremely difficult and dangerous conditions, the rescue dogs relentlessly searched for survivors, often enduring bloodied paws and sleepless nights. Every much a part of the rescue effort as their human counterparts, they also raised the spirits of those around them. “Those dogs brought the power of hope. They removed the gloom for just an instant — and that was huge because it was a pretty dismal place to be” recalls Dr. Cindy Otto, a vet who worked with 9-11 search dogs. Bretagne, a 16-year-old golden retriever was the last surviving rescue dog from that fateful day. She was put to sleep in June 2016, entering the hospital through a tunnel of saluting officers. - Interesting tidbit the dogs were getting depressed from finding so many dead bodies they started asking firefighters to play victims so the dogs could find someone alive.: Rescue dogs In total, around 300 dogs contributed to the rescue and recovery efforts around Ground Zero. Working in extremely difficult and dangerous conditions, the rescue dogs relentlessly searched for survivors, often enduring bloodied paws and sleepless nights. Every much a part of the rescue effort as their human counterparts, they also raised the spirits of those around them. “Those dogs brought the power of hope. They removed the gloom for just an instant — and that was huge because it was a pretty dismal place to be” recalls Dr. Cindy Otto, a vet who worked with 9-11 search dogs. Bretagne, a 16-year-old golden retriever was the last surviving rescue dog from that fateful day. She was put to sleep in June 2016, entering the hospital through a tunnel of saluting officers. - Interesting tidbit the dogs were getting depressed from finding so many dead bodies they started asking firefighters to play victims so the dogs could find someone alive.

Rescue dogs In total, around 300 dogs contributed to the rescue and recovery efforts around Ground Zero. Working in extremely difficult a...

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