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“Cultural differences pierce into a background”

  • April 14, 2016

The bag we use for general missions is always packed. When we accept a call, we still have a few hours’ time. First of all, we phone my employer and ask him to give me time off. As distant behind as we can remember we have finished intentional work for a German Association of Rescue Dogs (BRH). The organisation has 81 teams all over Germany, any with roughly 10 approved rescue dogs. I’m an rural engin­eer and blissful that my employer supports me in my intentional work. Fortunately, we am never alone during assignments. My dog Onja is always with me. She’s a good support; we’re a ideal team. She looks for 
survivors after earthquakes and other disasters. When she barks, we breathe a whine of relief, since it means she has found someone. we lerned her as a rescue dog myself. Our initial goal together outward Germany was in Nepal in 2015. We landed in Kathmandu only over 24 hours after a earthquake. The conditions was horrific. Many of a places where people had been buried were inaccessible. As a result, there wasn’t most for Onja and a other 9 dogs in a German rescue group to do. We flew to a Gorkha district and helped out in hospitals. It was good that Onja was there. She done lots of children laugh. In Nepal we beheld that informative differences pierce totally into a credentials during disasters. In that situation, victims and helpers both combine on what unequivocally counts: survival.” ▪

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