PHOTOS: Sandoval County Fire Dept. conducts search and rescue dog training session

BERNALILLO – Five dizzy, energetic dogs ventured into the meadow near the Sandoval County building for their latest search and rescue training session Monday.

Her training, conducted by the Sandoval County’s Fire and Rescue Department, included live find and step tracking aimed at locating missing people.

The descriptions for each photo are listed below, starting with the first on the screen:
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KT goes into action near the Sandoval County building in Bernalillo during the final dog training session of the Sandoval County Fire and Rescue on Monday, July 12, 2021.

KT locates Ryan Slota of the Sandoval County’s Emergency Management Department during the Sandoval County Fire and Rescue’s final dog training session on Monday, July 12, 2021, near the Sandoval County building in Bernalillo.

KT plays tug of war with a cue ball after locating Ryan Slota of Sandoval County’s Emergency Management Department near the Sandoval County building in Bernalillo during the Sandoval County’s Fire and Rescue’s final dog training session on Monday, July 12, 2021 .

JJ prepares to locate an issue near the Sandoval County building in Bernalillo during the final Sandoval County Fire and Rescue dog training session on Monday, July 12, 2021.

Pippi sniffs for a missing item near the Sandoval County building in Bernalillo during the final dog training session of the Sandoval County Fire and Rescue on Monday, July 12, 2021.

Mini, currently being trained to recognize human remains and also serve as a therapy dog, looks forward to hearing from the Sandoval County Fire and Rescue during the latest dog training session on Monday, July 12, 2021, near the Sandoval County building in Bernalillo. to be on the go.

Shamus warns that there is an ampoule of blood during the last Sandoval County Fire and Rescue dog training session on Monday, July 12, 2021 near the Sandoval County building in Bernalillo.
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Photos by Rio Rancho Observer Business and Sandoval County reporter Matt Hollinshead.

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