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Pamela

Sounds like a great use of technology.

And your post is a great reminder that working dogs are not super-canines. They're just well-trained. And sometimes they, like humans, make bad choices.

Glad the GPS units provide help in a number of ways.

shanendoah@the dog ate my wallet

I think this is a great use of GPS and should also help rescue teams figure out which areas they are more likely to need to search.

Jen

Those units don't come cheap! I'm so glad that there are organizations like that out there fundraising this equipment.

Jackie Denney

I think I should have a chip put in me so I can be found when I go to Wakko...I'm always getting lost..this way someone will find me

 Charlotte

Really like the blog, appreciate the share!

pet food

It is so amazing to know that we have dogs to help us in rescuing and keeping people in safe.

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