The Search and Rescue Dog Association (SARDA) is a resource used by the police to search for missing people both in lowland areas and in mountain regions.
What does SRDA stand for?
SRDA stands for Search and Rescue Dog Association
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- Simple Remote Data Access
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Tony High, from Penshaw, Sunderland, and his Border collie Isla have been handed the Novice Shield after completing a two-year training and assessment programme, organised by the Search and Rescue Dog Association (Sarda).
Four team members headed towards the area accompanied by Claunie, a border collie, and handler Helen Howe of the Wales Search and Rescue Dog Association.
Alwyn Jones, of the Search and Rescue Dog Association, explained: "Search and rescue dogs have always been family pets.
The new handlers have trained hard with the Search and Rescue Dog Association (England) for two years and have passed a rigorous three-day assessment in the Lake District.
The border collie cross joined Cleveland Search and Rescue Team in 1993 with handler Alan Withers after passing the rigorous assessment of SARDA - the Search and Rescue Dog Association.
Get up close and personal to birds of prey, see the best gun dogs in action,pick up some fly-casting tips with Derek Turner and enjoy a display by the Anglesey School of Dog Training and Search and Rescue Dog Association.
CAPTION(S): HELPING OUT: Search and Rescue Dog Association members Wayne Thackray and Dodge pictured in Southfield Road Park, Almondbury, with Darian Buckle (PW270409Asarda-01.