Penn Vet Opens Working Dog Center
Center will study search-and-rescue dogs
Did You Know…
that Penn Vet has a new Working Dog Center in Penn’s South Bank site in Gray’s Ferry? The Center provides the program with a space specifically designed for the study of search-and-rescue dogs, and the training of future working dogs. The Center was created after Cynthia Otto, the Center’s director and an associate professor at Penn Vet, served on a team that used working dogs to search for survivors following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. At the building’s grand opening, the dogs that served in 9/11 search-and-rescue missions were honored.
Here’s an article from the Penn Current:http://www.upenn.edu/pennnews/current/2012-08-30/latest-news/penn-vet-working-dog-center-ready-sit-and-stay
NPR’s Fresh Air interviewed Ott, the center’s training director AnneMarie DeAngelo and one of the new puppies at the Center, Bretagne. Listen here:
Aimee LaBrie posted in Frankly Penn about the opening of the center and the puppies that are there: