Search Dog Foundation Teams Deployed to Pacific Coast
Two California based search teams trained by the Search Dog Foundation were deployed last week in response to a 7.2 magnitude earthquake that shook the coast of Southern California and Mexico. The quake killed two people, injured over 230, and caused the collapse or partial collapse of 45 buildings.
The Search Dog Teams were part of a 45 member Task Force responsible for searching all government buildings in the Mexicali area. Their efforts received direct praise from Mexican President Felipe Calderon who was on hand to assess the damage.