I'm willing to bet you couldn't get 1000 people to look for ME in the woods.
He looks like he didn’t want to be found in that photo
They're lucky insurance covered the helicopter bill. I'd still hate to see the whole bill.
> Despite only being a few hundred metres from where he went missing, he somehow escaped the attention of 1000 searchers and a helicopter with specialist thermal imaging gear.
Good job guys, good job.
Animals in homeward bound didn’t need no helicopter.
I have a cousin currently missing for 6 days in the mountains of India, and this still gives me a little hope he'll be okay.
I'll probably get hate for this... But doesn't that seem like a bad use of resources?
As a volunteer Search & Rescue member, I would have no problem with looking for a dog. As long as I'm not being put in danger I see no harm in searching. Beats work and I could use it as a training opportunity.
That’s a lot of people looking for a dog and a helicopter, wow I don’t think some missing people get this treatment
1000 searchers and a rescue helicopter for a fucking dog? I wish people treated their fellow man this nice.
TIL find an insurance company that treats you like this dog.
Who’s fucking dog is this they don’t put half that much effort into finding children let alone people