There were more than 300 dogs among the nearly 10,000 emergency rescue workers at the site in the aftermath of the 9/11 terror attacks. This story honors some of the dogs who assisted in a wide variety of ways at the site. In the article, which appears in The Doginton Post, author Brandy Arnold said, “From search and rescue dogs to comfort dogs to bomb detection dogs, these canines’ stories of courage and healing are a long-lasting legacy that must never be forgotten. Always remember.”

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