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September 11 you talk about the search dogs who worked.
Tirelessly to say about victims trapped under the debris now the legacy of those amazing dogs being carried on to the next generation I want -- to meet -- -- -- of the director of the -- -- working dogs that are joining us right now with some special special guest including break ties there and thunder.
Welcome doctor thank you so much perhaps are you working on a pile on 9/11 you're seeing some discreet working dogs are doing what he's thinking.
At that point I -- -- a couple of things one I can't believe that these jobs won't be affected by this.
-- but luckily I've been funded for the last eleven years to follow the health and behavior in the dogs have done well right in those -- and trying to get some -- and was trapped there alive or recover remains to be realized.
We're gonna need more dogs like this what did you do.
So we have -- vision now for ten years to have a center where we could have the reassert that training and look at the genetics in the -- and the behavior and actually start to.
In camps the dogs that are produced in this country because most of our dogs are -- to text more in this country come from Europe and and we really think that we can produce those -- named after the dogs in their legacy you've -- another generation so who do we have here.
So we have is starting at the end our youngest August thunder is a chocolate lab we have a tiny out which -- call Brit she is named after a Golden Retriever from tech.
Have thunder lady named after a lab on from -- and right.
And then we have Kaiser in named after a shepherd in -- and this in these dogs rule poppy you -- about eight weeks right and they have to you -- -- have a legacy of having this time the success an extraordinary sense of smell.
Absolutely they have to come from lines that are very very clear in their detection -- hunting and also help because of health and performance our our our two cornerstone.
-- let's see we get a -- turnaround.
And face the camera and get that camera time and they'll realize how famous they are in a very short period of time while the -- -- this is the -- at home right now.
And you have a littering you maybe you wanna put it a dog the dog juice and what do we do.
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And then you say they have to be tenacious correct ten nation absolutely you also give up -- -- talk about the -- to a right to give us an example or these two young to -- some of the with a tenacity necessary -- -- there -- up for this has been a pretty exciting morning formally and we can see what what -- got for -- I -- Yeah he couldn't get good.
It did didn't he didn't get there you don't care about it and they got -- and they all want it out -- -- to.
I'm right of Britain wanted to bring you -- you didn't.
Give it can you give the Yankees yankees.
Can -- yeah.
Because this is that it hasn't needed to work got a pile to define a missing child.
If you want that you got to stop breathing that hard that far distant to them -- -- yeah I think so many of them really definitely had that whole history.
Of them wanting to work working hard getting that like you're a fund investor and trader all he really.
-- do you like -- I love it but.
Absolutely -- it.
Well listen it's a great thing you're doing doctor out of that you were close on nine -- doing some greats work that can also bring him down here I appreciate it good to see it.
-- good luck and I think they're gonna get to a few things but they've been very well behaved so far.
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