meet the team

Fools wanted for hazardous searches. No wages. Long nights of complete darkness, cold and wet. Two years of weekly training, danger of failing, dog hair all over your fleece, car and home. Pay out of your own pocket. Honour and recognition in case of success doubtful.
A Search dog handler

All of our amazing team members give up their free time and skills to help give something back to the community.

They receive no recognition or pay for this life saving work.

To become operational, as well as having the suitable level of fitness, our team members have to train and be nationally assessed to Lowland Rescue standards in first-aid, navigation, water safety and search techniques. Many of our team also extend their skills even further by completing courses in search planning and management, K9 first-aid, advanced medical care and other related training - all in the aim of saving the lives of the people we find until that person is safely in the hands of the emergency services.

It takes time, effort and dedication to become an operational member of any SAR team. We are proud of our team and our team members.

We consider ourselves one of the most experienced, one of the longest established and one of the best dedicated dog search teams in the world.

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Steve and Cain

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Darren and Millie

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Steve and Ace

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Vicky and Spice

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Jae and Rafi

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Steve "Scoobie"

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Nigel

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Sally and Harley

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Krysia and Eddie

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Richard

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Jo and Amber

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Melanie and Shanti

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Ali and Erik

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Liam and Loki

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Lucy and Ollie

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Nicola

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Sharon and Izzy

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Justine and Rowan

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Karl and Banyan

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Chrisi

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Fliss

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Carol and Isla

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Jeff

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