Friday, September 11, 2015

Honoring the last surviving rescue dog of 9/11

The last surviving rescue dog who assisted in the aftermath of the September 11th, 2001 terror attacks was honored in New York City this week. Here's how it happened.

All together, now: Awwwww!

I loved the specially prepared burger and the doggie cake - and the speed with which both vanished! I hope the pile of doggie toys and treats helps Bretagne enjoy the rest of her well-earned retirement.



Gaffer said...

The people who serve in rescue and recovery after disaster are well served by the animals that work with them. The most important animals are the dogs that work with the rescuers to reduce stress after a difficult day helping others.

Therapy support dogs are an important adjunct to the well being of our first responders, and are as appreciated as much as the responders are.

Timbo said...

I got something in my eye watching the video.

Constitutional Insurgent said...