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Shenandoah County Gets Bloodhound To Search And Rescue

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Posted: April 22, 2014

Shenandoah County Deputy Keith Cowart stands with Maggie, a year-old search bloodhound, at Meems Bottom Bridge during training on Monday. The sheriff’s office bought the bloodhound to improve its search-and-rescue operations. (Photos by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Maggie follows the scent of Deputy Paige Fraizer during a training session with her handler, Deputy Keith Cowart, at Meems Bottom Bridge on Monday afternoon.
Shenandoah County Deputy Keith Cowart trains with his 1-year-old bloodhound Maggie at Meems Bottom Bridge on Monday.

MOUNT JACKSON — Maggie is pretty friendly for a police dog, but the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office seems confident she’ll be a strong addition to its team.

The year-old bloodhound is a first…

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