King County Search Dogs
KCSD is an all-volunteer unit of the King County Search and Rescue Association
Please call 911 if you have a search emergency
King County Search Dog News
The 2020 KCSD New Member Info Sessions are on line! Are you are interested in learning about what it takes to join King County Search Dog team? The 2020 Membership program is on line this year. The YouTube virtual information session is a great introduction to training and handling a search dog: http://bit.ly/KCSDinfo2020. Give it a look and then you can access the application and background forms on line at https://bit.ly/KCSDapplication and https://bit.ly/KCSOBackground Completed applications are due by October 1st. For more information or questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What did you do on the 4th of July? King County Search Dogs was called out at 2:30 AM to help King County Search and Rescue and King County Sheriff’s Office search for a hiker in Kanasket Palmer State Park. Starting out shortly after daybreak K9 Natick, Josh, and Brittney (on only her 3rd deployment) found the subject and brought him safely out to the command post by 8AM. Please join us in congratulating Josh, Brittney, Natick and all the other SAR volunteers who responded on a job well done!
King County Search Dogs has lost a trailing great. mADDee was a trailing standard bearer and deployed on over 100 search missions with her handler Joanne during her 13 year career. mADDee had an exuberant and infectious working drive. She introduced countless KCSD recruits to the real meaning of ‘running’ a trail yet she often counted her out of breath support team at intersections to make sure she hadn’t lost anyone. mADDee seemed to have even more fun working when the conditions were harsh. She is fondly remembered having a great time blasting along training trails in heavy sleet with […]