The New Zealand USAR Search Dog Association produces it’s own newsletter – PawPrint four time each year.
A special edition of PawPrint commemorating the ChCh Earthquake can be found here:
Current and past edition of the newsletter can be found here:
Some other organisation and training groups also produce newsletters with interesting information.
DogTalk newsletter from the US can be found here: Dog Talk Sept 2011
USAR Dogs NZ History
The USAR Search Dog Association held it inaugural meeting on the 2nd August 2003 in Wellington. Before this time there were a limited number of individuals and groups training disaster search dogs around the country ...read more
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ABOUT USAR SEARCH DOGS
Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) Search Dogs are unique and incredibly valuable as a resource in the location of people trapped following the collapse of structures. The fast and effective location of trapped victims increases their chances of rescue and recovery.read more