For 10 Years, The Rescue Dogs Of 9/11 Didn’t Get The Recognition They Deserved. But This Moving Ceremony Changed That

The search and rescue dogs of 9/11 didn’t ask for rewards. They searched the rubble of Ground Zero tirelessly for weeks, saving hundreds of lives.

Ten years after the World Trade Center attack, the search and rescue dog community came together to honor these fearless canines with a ceremony at Liberty Park in New York City.

See the moving parade that paid them tribute in the video.

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