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Welcome to the website for K9 Search and Rescue Team Inc! Please take the time to browse through our site - if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email us!

Click on map to see large version showing states that K9 Search and Rescue team Inc.  has responded to.

 

Located in Dolores, Colorado, K-9 Search and Rescue Team Inc. is a non-profit, 100% volunteer organization that is on call twenty-four hours a day, 365 days a year, regardless of weather conditions or circumstances, to assist local, state, and federal agencies in the search for missing persons.

 

The Team has been asked to respond to wilderness, water, snow, urban, evidence, homicide, aircraft, and disaster-type searches, providing assistance to 11 states all over the US including Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, Alaska, California, Idaho, and Texas.

 

Additionally, Team members have been asked to lecture and teach canine search theory and practice in many areas. Click on the small map above to see states that the Team has both searched and taught in.

 

 

UPDATES

FAA: 4 killed in crash of small plane in Colorado

Members of K9 Search and Rescue Team Inc. were asked to join in the search for a downed aircraft that crashed  near Silverton, CO on Saturday, December 3, 2011. The single-engine plane was flying from Durango to Aspen when it crashed Saturday afternoon. Local officials say the crash site was about 1 miles north of Silverton. None of the victims' names have been released, and the cause of the crash was unknown. The Socata TB-21 left Durango at about 1:30 p.m. Saturday. About 40 minutes later its emergency beacon signal was detected near Silverton, The Denver Post reported. Temperatures in Silverton dipped to 4 degrees between Saturday night and Sunday morning, and 8 to 10 inches of snow had fallen at the scene after the crash, San Juan County Emergency Manager Kristina Maxfield said. The plane crashed in a rugged, heavily forested area up to 11,000 feet above sea level.

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