K9 Zula and her handler Jen have passed their trailing test and are now qualified for search missions in King County. This great team has been training with King County Search Dogs for 2 1/2 years and is looking forward to helping find missing persons.
King County Search Dogs is holding information sessions for new applicants on Wednesday March 14th and Wednesday March 28th from 7-8PM at the Mercer island Fire Station; 3030 78th Ave SE, Mercer Island. Come meet some of the Members of KCSD and learn more about the application process and training to be a search dogs handler or support specialist.
K9 Zula and the rest of the King County Search Dogs want to thank everyone who donated during Seattle Foundation’s Give Big Day! We are very grateful for the generous help we receive from our community and supporters.
If you missed Give Big day you can still contribute directly on our donation page.
TODAY is your chance to help those who help keep you safe. King County Search Dog teams train over 5,000 hours a year to be ready to help find lost or injured hikers and alzheimer’s patients. KCSD is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit that depends on financial support from the community it serves.
YOU CAN HELP by joining with the Seattle Foundation on its annual ‘Give Big’ day and making a tax-deductable donation to King County Search Dogs. It is easy to give to KCSD and many other King County charities on the Give Big website. Your employer may even match your gifts so that your generosity will have an even bigger impact.
Please consider helping King County Search dogs today!
K9 Oso and his handler Heather passed the KCSD airscent pre-test on Saturday finding both his ‘subjects’ in less than 90 minutes. The team is now available for missions within King County. Oso is an expert locksmith/escape artist as well as an up-and-coming search dog and is named after Oso, Washington where Heather participated in the search activities after the tragic 2014 landslide.