Berkshire Search & Rescue Dogs - BSARD

Someone is reported missing every 90 seconds in the UK. Berkshire Search and Rescue Dogs is a fully qualified Lowland Rescue team of volunteers on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to support the police search for, locate and reunite high risk vulnerable missing people with their loved ones.

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Today at the second day of Lowland Rescue Search Dog Assessments it’s a huge WELL DONE to Lou & Risk who re-qualified as a L3 area Search Dog Team today.
Now for a well earned rest for everyone involved in this weekends assessments.....until the next Callout!!🐾🐾
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Some more great news to share! 
Today at the second day of Lowland Rescue Search Dog Assessments it’s a huge WELL DONE to Lou & Risk who re-qualified as a L3 area Search Dog Team today.  
Now for a well earned rest for everyone involved in this weekends assessments.....until the next Callout!!🐾🐾

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Brilliant news - very well done!

Congratulations Lou

BZ Lou. Also BZ Sara Halton for all her organisation, not forgetting the bodies - we couldn't do it without them.

Well done Lou!!

Congratulations

Well done Lou

Well done

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Great News!!
Berkshire hosted day 1 of the Lowland Rescue Search Dog Assessments today. We are very pleased to congratulate Paul & Gem on their re-qualification as a Level 2 Search Dog Team and also Graeme & Tim who qualified as a Level 3 Search Dog Team.
Qualifying a Search Dog to a national standard takes hundreds of hours of dedication and represents a very special bond between Dog and their Handler.
A huge thank you to all the supports and Assessment Team, who all worked hard to ensure a safe environment for all participants.
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Great News!!
Berkshire hosted day 1 of the Lowland Rescue Search Dog Assessments today. We are very pleased to congratulate Paul & Gem on their re-qualification as a Level 2 Search Dog Team and also Graeme & Tim who qualified as a Level 3 Search Dog Team. 
Qualifying a Search Dog to a national standard takes hundreds of hours of dedication and represents a very special bond between Dog and their Handler. 
A huge thank you to all the supports and Assessment Team, who all worked hard to ensure a safe environment for all participants.Image attachment

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Many congratulations to all involved - well-organised and supported. Hope tomorrow goes as well as today did!

Congratulations to you all

Congratulations! 😊🎉

Well done Grazie 🙂

Well done guys.

Well done everyone!!!

Congratulations 🥳

Confratulations both of you!!

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Happy International Womens Day to all our female members in the team. We would be lost without you all! ...

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And the wives, girlfriends and daughters behind the scenes ❤️

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Spring is on the way and we are pleased to announce some new arrivals to the team, all belonging to existing members. Welcome to Jersey, Ghost and Chester seen here at one of our essential training sessions having supervised play. Check out their individual photos in the comments ❤❤❤ ...

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Welcome pups‼️

'Allo loony search pups, welcome to "the game" 😉

Oh how gorgeous 💙💙💙

Caroline Thomas omg look 😩😍

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💷 Police and Crime Commissioner awards £20,000 to Search and Rescue Teams across the Thames Valley.

This funding will be used to support a range of areas including advanced mapping systems and equipment for Search Technicians.

Berkshire Lowland Search & Rescue, Buckinghamshire Search & Rescue and Lowland Rescue Oxfordshire have each received £5,000 to fund the costs of MAPYX and assist with running costs.

Berkshire Search & Rescue Dogs and Search Dogs Buckinghamshire have each received £2,500 to assist in the teams running costs, as well as equipment for the Search Dogs and Technicians.

Funding received has been largely secured through the Police Property Act Fund (PPAF), a joint fund managed by the PCC and Thames Valley Police Chief Constable.

Read the full story ➡️ bit.ly/2NDKvk0
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Well the snow has put some smiles on some faces - young and old (and the dogs had fun too!) Check out some of the videos in the comments! ...

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Good to see you all taking training seriously! 🤪🤣

Great photos

Stunning

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