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Thank You!

The Hope for Dylan Redwine Organization would like to thank the many people and agencies that participated in the most recent search for Dylan to include but not limited to the following: La Plata County Sheriff’s Office; Durango Police Department; Bayfield Marshal’s Office; Dept of Homeland Security; U.S.Forest Service; La Plata Search & Rescue; La […]

Paws of Life – 100 Hole Marathon Golf Event

Arizona Search Track and Rescue thanks all of those that contributed to our 100 Hole Golf Marathon.  While more than 1/2 of our team was on a search and rescue mission in Sedona, the remainder of the team played golf for all of those that had solicited pledges for this cause.   We chipped, hacked and […]

In the News

http://www.azcentral.com/community/tempe/articles/20121219tempe-body-found-missing-asu-student-jack-culolias-confirmed-brk.html http://ktar.com/22/1596174/Volunteers-located-Tempe-Marketplace-body http://ktar.com/?sid=1596174&nid=22/ http://www.statepress.com/2013/01/09/what-happened-to-jack/ http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/news/articles/20121220how-search-dog-found-asu-students-body.html  

Thank you for Supporting AZ STaR

The Members and K9’s of Arizona Search Track and Rescue wish to thank those individuals/Companies that helped make our recent fundraising effort a HUGE Success. Bass Pro Shops  and The Tasting Room – Peoria for supporting us by allowing us to sell raffle tickets at your locations. K9-Games, Shooters World, and BudgetPetExpress.com for donating the […]

A search Dogs first Find!

This is the tale of a search dogs first “Find” as told by Allison Seligman of the Arizona Republic who was fortunate enough to be allowed to tag along with the teams during a recent search. http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/news/articles/20121220how-search-dog-found-asu-students-body.html

American Belgian Tervuren Club Announces

The Officers and Board of Directors of the American Belgian Tervuren Club are proud to share the news that member Kristi Smith and her Tervuren, Keahi, have won the AKC’s 2012  ACE Award for Search & Rescue. During her career with Arizona Search Track and Rescue, seven-year-old Keahi (key-ah-hee; Hawaiian for “fire”)  has proved to […]