Volunteers working around the clock to treat mudslide search dogs

The non-stop search effort at the Oso mudslide is taking its toll on rescue dogs, who've worked tirelessly in the brutal conditions. And they're getting expert medical care that rivals that of their two-legged colleagues.

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A rescue dog rests and warms up after getting treated in a special veterinary triage tent in the Oso mudslide zone.
Photo by Nichole Couffer
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Original article: Volunteers working around the clock to treat mudslide search dogs



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