Golden Retrievers on the ground in Moore, Oklahoma

The LCC K9 Comfort Dogs are once again called to action in Moore, Oklahoma after a tornado devastated the community, and the casualties are still climbing.   It is really kind of sad having to post so often on their appearences at the tragedies occurring for my neighbours to the South.  They are in my thoughts and prayers.  Ruthie, Barnabas, Kye, Bekah, Zeke and Lila are on their way in this photo from their Facebook page.  Please click here to donate to their efforts.

LCC K9 Comfort Dogs Ruthie, Barnabas, Kye, Bekah, Zeke and Lila and handlers on the way to Oklahoma (Facebook)

Another golden retriever is part of the rescue and recovery efforts.  Chief and his handler Andrew Pitcher from Nebraska Task Force 1 are part of a group of 8 teams searching for survivors in the destruction.

Chief was rescued from Roice Hurst Humane Society in Clinton, CO.  His guardians are Barbara Phelps and Michael Walker. Chief was named after gardener Mike McGroarty from Mike’s Backyard Nursery.  His nickname was “Chief”

Andrew Pitcher and Chief - Nebraska Task Force 1

Andrew Pitcher and Chief – Nebraska Task Force 1

Here is an amazing article from Search Dog Foundation – whose slogan is “from rescued to rescuer”

8 SDF Teams Searching For Survivors in Moore, Oklahoma – Search Dog Foundation

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