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Butte Co. Search and Rescue Welcomes K-9 Pup

The Butte County Search and Rescue Team has an exciting new addition to their team and she’s just 2-years-old!

Posted: Jul 9, 2018 5:50 PM

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - The Butte County Search and Rescue Team has an exciting new addition to their team and she’s just 2-years-old!

“Lillie” is a black Labrador who has just completed the last step toward becoming a certified trailing K-9, she started training at only eight weeks old.

She and her handler Sidne have put in over 650 hours of training all leading up to the final test, Type 2 Wilderness Training.

Passing this last threshold has proven that “Lillie” and her handler are ready for Butte County Search and Rescue’s next mission.

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