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LAW ENFORCEMENT MANTRAILING                                         LAW ENFORCEMENT MANTRAILING

OUR 2005 SEMINAR WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!!!  ALL STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS AGREED IT WAS THE BEST SEMINAR EVER!!!

CHECK OUT THE NEW TRAINING ARTICLE ON 'PUPPY TRAILS'

           

                                   Texas Bloodhound Search and Rescue serves the citizens of Texas and surrounding states 

                                      as needed in Fugitive Man-Trailing and missing person situations by providing a trained 

                                       Law Enforcement search and rescue team in cooperation with local, county, state, and 

                                       federal law enforcement agencies. There is no fee to citizen's and / or law enforcement 

                                                                                              agencies for services provided.

                                                                                         

                               Texas Bloodhound Search and Rescue is trained for urban, rural, and wilderness searches;

                                   land and water cadaver (deceased person / deceased drowned person) searches 

                                                                                                      and mantrailing.

 

                                                                   Texas Bloodhound Search and Rescue will only respond

                                                                            to legitimate Law Enforcement calls for service.

                                                                                                       
                                                                                                       Site Last Updated
                                                                                                                                        03/11/2005 03:20 PM