Wow! What a great story by Mary Bowerman of USA Today. Bretagne, (sounds like Britt nee) the last surviving 9/11 Search and Rescue Dog, just had a huge 16th Birthday Bash. The important role of “man's best friend” during 9/11 has been overlooked, in our opinion. It's nice to see Bretagne being celebrated as the true hero she is!!!
Be sure to catch the video of her Birthday Bash on Here>>>
A 16-year-old 9/11 rescue dog recently had a birthday celebration that dog dreams are made of in New York City.
Bretagne and her owner, Denise Corliss, were part of Texas Task Force 1.They were deployed to New York City on Sept. 11, 2001, and worked with scores of other search and rescue teams to find people trapped beneath the rubble of the World Trade Center.
Believed to be the last living search and rescue dog from Ground Zero, Bretagne was given the celebration of a lifetime, by BarkPost, the publishing arm of Bark & Co.