Disaster Search Dog teams save lives!
Quick response to natural and man-made disasters can mean the difference between life and death for trapped victims. Highly trained Disaster Search Dog (DSD) teams are an increasingly important component in response efforts to save lives in the face of terrorist attacks, earthquakes and floods—and training these teams has never been more important.
Whether you aspire to have your dog ready to help your community in case of a local disaster or you wish to select and train a dog to become part of a certified FEMA, DSD team, this is the first book written that tells you how to do it. Training the Disaster Search Dog describes the step-by-step training methods that human-dog teams use to locate victims in rubble and is based on the author’s 28 years of field experience.
You will learn:
- To teach DSD skills using positive training techniques.
- How to build and train with the specialized equipment used in training.
- How to prepare to pass the FEMA Type I and Type II DSD tests.
- What it is like to be part of a disaster recovery effort.
Shirley has more than 28 years of Search and Rescue experiences. She has trained and certified dogs in area search, cadaver, disaster, evidence and water search. As a Training Advisor and Instructor for California Rescue Dog Association Inc. Shirley has mentored many teams through wilderness, cadaver, water and the FEMA Disaster Search Certification process. Among Shirley’s most significant disaster search deployments are the Mexico City Earthquake 1985, San Ber- nardino Train Wreck 1989, Loma Prieta Earthquake 1989, Hurricane Iniki 1992, Oklahoma City bombing 1995 and the World Trade Center Disaster 2001.
Currently, Shirley gives seminars on Disaster Search Dog training and Hu- man Remains Detection
Published- 2005 Dogwise Publishing
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This format is supported by the Sony Reader, Barnes and Noble Nook, and the Apple Ipad/Itouch/Iphone. Please note that most smartphones and other bookreaders use the Epub format. Refer to your user manual for specific instructions or contact us and we’ll be happy to help you out.
- To add a book to your Ipad/touch/phone make sure you have the latest version of Itunes. In addition, make sure you have the iBooks app installed available free from Apple.
- Download the Epub file with your computer – using the Safari Browser built into your Apple Device will not work.
- Connect your Apple Device to your computer.
- Open Itunes.
- Drag the Epub file into your Library, it should go into the books folder.
- Select your Ipad in the devices dialogue on the left-hand side.
- Go to the books tab and make sure you have the sync books option turned on.
- You can now sync your Apple Device and the book should appear in your bookshelf.
This format is the Kindle Specific format. To add a Mobi (“.mobi”) Ebook to your Kindle:
- Turn your Kindle on
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- Drag and drop the “.mobi” Ebook file into the documents folder on your Kindle
- When the USB activity indicator on your Kindle stops flashing, “Safely Remove Mass Storage Device” (Windows) or “Eject” (Mac) the Kindle from your computer
- When the USB activity indicator on your Kindle stops flashing, unplug the USB cable from your Kindle
- The Ebook should now appear in your Kindle library
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