The science of search and rescue has changed rapidly in the aftermath of 9/11. Heat-detection drones and high-tech rovers now deploy with regularity on disaster sites across the world. Yet, when it comes to saving lives, no piece of technology can compare to a dog’s nose.
Arlington, VA, March 27, 2018 — Introducing Skylar! Arc Aspicio sponsored their eighth search dog with funds raised during their annual event for the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation (SDF) held this past December.
There are few greater feelings than a dog’s unconditional love. And some are finding that a dog’s love can help combat stress at work. Secretary Zinke of the Interior Department announced his intent for "Doggy Days" where he encouraged employees to bring their canine companions to work on designated days. More than 80 dogs arrived for first event and the overjoyed employees immediately scheduled the next.
Washington, DC, March 13, 2017 — The National Disaster Search Dog Foundation (SDF) announced the two teams that join the Arc Aspicio family. The addition of the New York and Utah teams bring Arc Aspicio’s total number of dog and handler teams to six.