Thank You Puget Sound Energy!

KCSD would like to express its gratitude to Puget Sound Energy for the recent grant funds received to assist in the purchase of new radio equipment and upgrades! PSEF continues to be a big supporter of King County Search and Rescue and search and rescue operations in beyond King County. These funds allow us to improve our effectiveness in training and mission response, which ultimately will help save lives. Thank you, Puget Sound Energy Foundation! PS: K9s Natick, Benny, and Tule say thank you too! ‪#‎KCSD‬, ‪#‎KCSARA‬, ‪#‎KingCountySearchDogs‬ ‪#‎PugetSoundEnergy‬ http://www.psefoundation.org/

New Dogs (and humans)

King County Search Dogs is thrilled to welcome seven new members to the KCSD pack! From Left to Right (top to bottom): Melissa and Kris with K9 Gilly, Jen (Betty) with K9 Zula, Jon with K9 Emmett, Don with K9 Del, Ernie with K9 Jazz and Brie with K9 Cal. Welcome!!

Certified K9 Heros!

#‎KingCountySearchDogs‬ has some news! We have two new dog teams qualified to deploy on in-county airscent missions and two new human remains detection teams! Congratulations to the following dogs (and their humans.) K9 Tule (in-county airscent,) K9 Artoo (in-county airscent,) K9 Jack (human remains detection,) and K9 Natick (human remains detection.)

Tule running

Congratulations to the newest KCSD airscent dog (and handler!)

Tule and Mathew passed their airscent certification test with flying colors last Saturday and are now ready for in-county and out-of-county search missions. A wonderful accomplishment!  The test subjects were especially happy that Tule found them quickly on such a cool wet day. CONGRATS MATHEW & TULE!