Click to see pictures and read about our trips to New Orleans
When disaster strikes, we're ready to go. Read about our 2006 Katrina Deployment
Remember, it is never too early to call in a search dog unit, and there is no charge for our services.

Listed by the Volunteer Center of United Way

When someone is reported lost, overdue or when disaster strikes, our volunteer search and rescue / recovery (SAR) dog teams are available to respond, day or night, to help in the search effort. SAR dogs can find:

  • Children lost in the wilderness, parks or hidden in shrubbery around houses.
  • Elderly people who have wandered away from homes and hospitals.
  • Hikers and hunters lost in the woods.
  • Victims of drowning accidents.
  • Victims of earthquake, flood, explosion, fire, train wrecks, plane crashes.
  • Evidence of crime and the recovery of bodies of homicide victims.

On October 20, 2005, SOUTH GEORGIA SEARCH DOGS INC received a request from the Louisiana EMAC to deploy to New Orleans with our human remains detection teams. Read about and see pictures of our 2006 Katrina Deployment. HERE

South Georgia Search Dogs serves these counties:

  • Chattahoochee
  • Harris
  • Lee
  • Marion
  • Muscogee
  • Russell
  • Talbott
  • Taylor
  • Chambers

Our teams have participated in searches in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Saba Island, Netherlands Antilles. Assisted Law Enforcement such as Police Departments, County Sheriff Departments, County and City Emergency Management Agencies, FBI, and GBI.  We are Members of the Merrill’s Investigations and Securities K-9 Team, We are also Auxiliary K-9 Handlers for the Harris County, Georgia,  Sheriffs Department., and members of the State of Georgia West Central GSAR TF-4A Task Force.


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