Injuries and Illnesses Among Human Remains Detection-Certified Search-and-Recovery Dogs Deployed to Northern California in Response to the Camp Fire W

The authors discuss the health impacts on 30 search-and-recovery dogs who were deployed after the Camp Fire in California in 2018. The most common injuries to these working dogs included lacerations, abrasions, weight loss, and lethargy. Knowledge of the health effects can help prepare search and rescue dogs and their handlers for future missions.
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