More about SARDOG
Photo of Search Dog and 3-year-old boy
SARDOGs can be fast. This dog found this 3-year-old in 15 minutes. Foot searchers had been looking for two hours.
Welcome to Search and Rescue Dogs of Georgia, a non-profit group who's mission is to assist official agencies responsible for finding lost persons and saving lives with multi-trained dog teams, at no cost to the requesting party.  WE DO NOT SEARCH FOR MISSING PETS .
Read our Members' Manual Our all-volunteer units are equipped for unsupported searches for lost or missing persons. We also conduct water and cadaver searches. We do not participate in felony apprehension. SARDOG maintains fully equipped water craft for use in drownings. Experienced dog/handler teams are currently available in metro Atlanta and the North Georgia (USA) area. Our teams can maintain base camp operations and radio communications.
What does it take to become a search dog team? AGENCY ONLY Emergency contact: (423) 580-6125
If you do not represent a public safety agency DO NOT call this number regardless of your emergency.

For information, including callout information, contact us at (706) 638-4144 or write:

920 Cordell Ave
Lafayette, GA 30728-3843

Or send us an email.

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SARDOG is a 2013 recipient of an “American Kennel Club Reunite Canine Support and Relief Fund” grant. In 2013 the AKC donated almost $500,000 to search dog teams across the United States. SARDOG received $3000 of this grant money. See the complete list of recipients here or visit the AKC website.

Page updated 16 April 2014.