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Despite poor weather when the Cornish Pirates played London Scottish at the Mennaye Field on Saturday, a match day collection by members of Cornwall Search Dogs still raised the worthy sum of £432.
John Davies, on behalf of the charity, greatly appreciated the help provided by the Cornish Pirates and the wonderful generosity of the team’s supporters.
John Davies and collectors are pictured with Cornish Pirates’ mascot Captain Benbow
About Cornwall Search Dogs
The charity was set up in 2020 by five founders who are all previous members of Mountain Rescue and Lowland Rescue teams. Two of their team are also retired police dog handlers, which helps provide a wealth of experience in both search techniques and dog training.
The group values the special skill set their dogs have, to search and want to help those when they need such a service most.
The object of Cornwall Search Dogs (Searching for lost People and Dogs) is:
1. The preservation and protection of health and the saving of lives by providing a dedicated and trained emergency search service consisting of appropriately trained dogs and volunteer handlers to assist and support the emergency services and voluntary rescue services in the search and rescue of missing persons in Cornwall.
2. For the benefit of the public to relieve the unnecessary suffering of animals by the searching for lost dogs.
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