About Rocky Mountain Rescue Dogs

Rocky Mountain Rescue Dogs, Inc. is an all volunteer, non-profit, professional canine search and rescue organization established in 1980. Rocky Mountain Rescue Dogs, Inc. is the oldest and largest search dog organization in the state of Utah. Rocky Mountain Rescue Dogs, Inc. is dedicated to assisting law enforcement and other governmental agencies in the location of lost and missing persons.

Rocky Mountain Rescue Dogs, Inc. provides assistance in the following situations: wilderness searches, tracking/trailing, water recovery, avalanche searches, urban searches, human remains detection/cadaver searches, and disaster searches. Rocky Mountain Rescue Dogs, Inc. is on-call and available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

Rocky Mountain Rescue Dog teams consist of a handler and his or her dog. Team members donate their time and resources training to meet rigid standards including: scent theory, search theory, canine obedience, canine agility, GPS/navigation skills, mountaineering skills, first aid skills, and physical fitness. Teams maintain a constant state of readiness, able to respond at any time, day or night, to an emergency. Teams are also able to work under most weather conditions.

Certified teams of other organizations or agencies are welcome to participate in some of our workouts. Please contact us if you are interested at rmrdinfo@gmail.com .

Community Shares Utah Rocky Mountain Rescue Dogs, Inc. receives financial contributions from Community Shares, Utah, and other private donations.
Combined Federal Campaign A special thank you to the Combined Federal Campaign for all of your past donations.
Rocky Mountain Rescue Dogs is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide search and rescue personnel as well as search and rescue canines. Please make a donation.
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Upcoming Events

January 2: Business Meeting
January 17: January Workout
January 18: January Workout