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Via Today: Last known 9/11 Ground Zero search dog still lends a helping paw

This one has feathery fur, a sunny smile, a calm nature and — for a dog — an uncanny ability to zero in on the people who need her most. She’s a 15-year-old golden retriever named Bretagne, and she’s believed to be the last surviving search dog who worked at Ground Zero in New York City after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. (One other surviving search dog from 9/11, a 15-year-old English springer spaniel named Morgan, worked at Staten Island.)

For the first time since the recovery efforts after the attack, Bretagne returned this week to the site of the former World Trade Center complex with her longtime handler and owner, Denise Corliss of Cypress, Texas. They were joined by NBC News’ Tom Brokaw, who told their story on TODAY on Thursday morning, Sept. 11.

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  1. pamelarice says:

    I think that subconsciously I had allowed myself not to dwell on this anniversary of 9/11. Why this particular year? Who knows the mind. Maybe just the overload of all the crap we have been dealing with. The plans of the left to overwhelm the American people to the point of paralysis. Thank you Tammy for playing this on your show – forcing me to acknowledge the day. As soon as I heard it, I lost it. It felt good (for the soul) and bad to remember…

  2. Rob_W says:

    How blessed we are that God has brought these amazing creatures into our lives. In the depths of our despair and sorrow, they are gentle reminders that evil will not win and that in the next life we will be reunited with our loved ones and evil will be no more.

  3. midget says:

    ” He is your friend, your partner, your defender,your dog. You are his life,his love,his leader. He will be yours,faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.”___Anonymous

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