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In her new photo book, "Retrieved," sharpshooter Charlotte Dumas has lovingly compiled portraits of 15 search-and-rescue
dogs who worked at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Here's a look at some of the pups featured in the book.
© 2011 Charlotte Dumas
Denise Corliss and Bretagne were at the World Trade Center from September 17 to 27. @ 2011 Charlotte Dumas
Bailey and Keith Lindley were deployed to the Pentagon. They arrived
the morning of September 12 and searched for nine days. © 2011 Charlotte
Moxie and her handler, Mark Aliberti, arrived at the World Trade Center
on the evening of September 11 and searched the site for eight days. @
2011 Charlotte Dumas
Red and Heather Roche were deployed to the Pentagon from September 16
to 27. They were part of the Bay Area Recovery Canines. © 2011 Charlotte
Orion and Robert Macaulay were part of the third wave of deployments
and worked at the World Trade Center from September 23 to October 1. ©
2011 Charlotte Dumas
Merlyn, owned by Ann Wichmann, was deployed with handler Matt Claussen
and worked the night shift while Ann and search dog Jenner worked during
the day. They searched the rubble of the World Trade Center for five
days starting September 24. © 2011 Charlotte Dumas
Julie Noyes and Hoke were deployed to the World Trade Center on September 24 and searched for five days. © 2011 Charlotte Dumas
Sheila McKee and Guinness flew the evening of September 12 and started
work the next morning. They were deployed to the World Trade Center for
11 days. © 2011 Charlotte Dumas
Tuff and Tom Andert arrived in New Jersey at 11 p.m. on September 11 to
start work early the next day at the World Trade Center. © 2011
Tara and Lee Prentiss arrived at the World Trade Center the night of
September 11. They were there for eight days. © 2011 Charlotte Dumas
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