VIDEO: Here’s what it looks like to be rescued by a mountain search dog

Megan Trudeau | February 22, 2019 in Must See Video

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Ever wonder what it would be like to be found by a search and rescue dog?

This video and photo posted by the Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England (MRSD) got the attention of thousands of people.

This volunteer run organization has shared a video to show people what it looks like to be saved by one of their dogs after you’ve been buried in snow.

Photo Credit: Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England

Since the video was posted, many people have asked to know more about the hard working pup. The search dog from the video is a 4-year-old border collie named Flo. Her biography states that she’s been on over 30 operational calls for missing persons since January of 2017.

“Flo is an extremely intelligent, confident young dog with remarkable work ethic and drive,” the MRSD website states.

Good work Flo!

 

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