A Rare Breed of Hero Ground Zero veteran Max recognized with Scout & Zoe’s first Exceptional Canine Award for his versatility and can-do attitude ANDERSON, IN – Now here’s a dog’s life even a cat could love. Max, a German Shepherd from Indianapolis, has proven himself time and time again as a search and rescue dog with Indiana’s FEMA Task Force One. The 15-year-old, who worked 12-hour shifts as a search and rescue dog with handler/Mom Annette Zintsmaster following the 2001 World Trade Center tragedy, is being recognized for his career of service with Scout & Zoe’s inaugural Dog Lore Exceptional Canine Award. Max received his award in a special ceremony which was aired Friday, July 9, at 5:25 p.m., on Indianapolis’ WISH-TV, Channel 8. "We are so pleased to honor Max as our first Scout & Zoe's Exceptional Canine recipient,” says Cindy Dunston Quirk, ...Read More...
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