If you are ever trapped under a ton of rubble, I promise to sniff you out I promise to be worth every cent of the $10,000 that it took to train me.
I promise to ignore all other more fascinating smells and concentrate on the scent of live humans.
I promise to go about my work with a wagging tail, even if my paws get sore.
I promise to never give up.
National Disaster Search Dog Foundation
Strengthening disaster response in America by teaming the most highly trained dogs with firefighters to save lives.
OUR MISSION: STRENGTHENING DISASTER RESPONSE IN AMERICA
Founded in 1996, our mission is to strengthen disaster response in America by recruiting rescued dogs and partnering them with firefighters and other first responders to find people buried alive in the wreckage of disasters.
We offer the professionally trained canines and an ongoing training program at no cost to fire departments. And we ensure lifetime care for every dog in our program: once rescued, these dogs never need to be rescued again. Thanks to Mutual Aid Agreements between counties, cities and states, these precious, life-saving resources can be shared regionally and nationally to make sure that when disaster strikes, NO ONE IS LEFT BEHIND.
Bloomingdale Animal Hospital provides comprehensive veterinary care for your pets. We are conveniently located at the corner of Bloomingdale Avenue and Lithia Pinecrest Road, offering easy access for our clients in the Brandon, Bloomingdale, Valrico, Lithia, Riverview and FishHawk area. Centrally located with ample on site parking and a staff of dedicated professionals, assuring your pet's good health has never been easier.
Call us today (813) 681-6612 and schedule your appointment.
WHERE MAN’S BEST FRIEND HAS A BEST A FRIEND, SINCE 1985
A visit to your veterinarian should be a comfortable, caring and warm experience for you and for your pets. That’s why you’ll find at Bloomingdale Animal Hospital we’ve created an environment that puts you and your pets right at ease. Our treatment programs help protect your pets, keeping them in vigorously good health... and all of you in good spirits.
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