K9 Search and Rescue hosts workshop for dogs, handlers

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K9 Search and Rescue hosts workshop for dogs, handlers

Search teams from nine states visit Dolores for dog training sessions
Neo and his handler practice searching for a missing person during the Four Corners Search and Rescue workshop last week.
Hodie gets some practice on the zip line.
Quiditty finds Haley and Camden during a mock search.
K9 Search and Rescue plans to host the new Four Corners Search and Rescue workshop every year. From left are Chuck Melvin, his grandchildren Haley and Camden, and search dog Quiditty.
K9 Search and Rescue serves breakfast

K9 Search and Rescue relies on donations for its operations.
Two pancake fundraisers are planned for the Dolores-based volunteer organization, which participates in missing person searches throughout the region.
On Aug. 3-4, staff will serve breakfast at the at the Mancos Fire Department, 41595 U.S. Highway 160, as part of the Tri-State Firemen’s Association Convention.
On Aug. 11, staff will serve breakfast at the Escalante Days celebration in Dolores at the K9 Search and Rescue headquarters next to the Dolores Fire Station, 47 Central Ave. Serving starts at 6 a.m., and the cost is $5 per plate.

K9 Search and Rescue hosts workshop for dogs, handlers

Neo and his handler practice searching for a missing person during the Four Corners Search and Rescue workshop last week.
Hodie gets some practice on the zip line.
Quiditty finds Haley and Camden during a mock search.
K9 Search and Rescue plans to host the new Four Corners Search and Rescue workshop every year. From left are Chuck Melvin, his grandchildren Haley and Camden, and search dog Quiditty.
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