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routine vaccinationsOur SAR Dog handlers learn how to give annual routine vaccinations, first aid and medical care to their four legged colleagues.
Regular instructions are given annually under supervision of German Vet and certified training examiner Mrs. Daniela Neika.

spreading reward postersSpreading reward posters alongside a trail to motivate local people to participate in a search mission is one of our routine tasks.
This has been proven to be very effective. Many cases of missing were solved due to the help of locals who know the area best.

 

OCTOBER 8, 2014:  25th Anniversary of SAR DOGS NEPAL

1989

1989- 1995 The beginning: Squad Leader Prem Masrangi, Paramedic Padam Rana, SAR Dog trainer J. Schnable from the Netherlands,

Logistic officer Jit Bahadur Masrangi Magar and trekking guide Kale Tamang.

 

The  SAR DOG SQUAD in 1990 was called Himalaya Rescue Dog Squad Nepal (HRDSN) and worked under supervision of His Majesties Government of Nepal, Special Disaster Unit

at the Ministry of Home Affairs

 1995 brief amrit bild rescue

 

The senior squad of the first 15 years: Shyam Manendhar, Nagin Thada, Padam Rana, Niraj Magar, Jeevan Rai,

Jit Bahadur Masrangi Magar, Til Bahadur Dura, Govinda Ale, Som Bahadur Gurung

and in front, the first Squad Leader Prem Bahadur Masrangi Magar.

 

HRDSN Ready for Action

 First flying SAR Squad in Nepal in 1994

 

 

Jith Magar 1991IMGP3943

From Logistic Officer to Executive Director of SAR DOGS NEPAL: Jit Bahadur Masrangi Magar, then and now.

 

Rescue Worker Uncle Mohan has died Kale Tamang

Late SAR DOG Squad Cook Mohan Thapa and late Jungle Guide Kale Tamang in fond memories.

YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN!

Oṃ Tāre Tuttāre Ture Svāhā  

 

Read here what a good friend has published about the 25th Anniversary:

 A Celebration of Service Dogs

                                                                                                                           

If you want to visit SARDOGS NEPAL and meet our Junior Staff and our SAR Dogs, this is OUR LOCATION:

The Middim Khola Resort and the SARDOGS Nepal Academy are located exactly in the Geographic Middle of Nepal at
Google Map: 

28°10'41.9"N 84°16'08.1"E

28.178306, 84.268906

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This map shows the entire land mass of Nepal. The lines that lead northwards seem shorter due to that a map is flat and 2 dimensional. In reality they traverse up and down of every gorge and foothill up to the highest mountain on our planet.

© SARDOGS NEPAL

This may be THE PLACE for you and your friends to spend some time there to follow a Tai Chi Course or do some research as a bird watcher, a butterfly fan, a herbalist, an orchid lover or just take daily walks into the surrounding forest hills to see breath taking views of Mount Manaslu and the mighty Annapurna Range. Delicious local food and folk dance events performed by the local farmer women and children for a small donation for their village development committee will make your heart ache when you have to leave again..

Visiting us while mountain biking from Pokhara to the resort is a daring adventure too; the biking route leads from SISUWA at the Begnas Lake over a steep pass to Karaputar and then through the dense hill forest upward from Laxmi Bazaar. Follow it and come out at the riverside exactly in Shyauli Bazaar for dinner in our lodge. Book in time! Contact us!

The profit from the Resorts income goes entirely to SARDOGS Nepal; the only Search & Rescue Dog Squad for Disaster Response and missing people in Nepal. Our Academy staff actually owns the resort and visitors can even become a honorable members of the SAR Dog Squad against the pledge for some regular small donation.

You may also rent or even purchase· a cottage in this cool and spacious jungle resort for long term stay...if you are a pensioner that is...or a travel writer who needs to sort out his/her manuscripts.

Volunteers are also welcome and they may stay for free up to 3 months...provided that they are useful like: Certified SAR Dog Trainers, certified Out Door Paramedic Aid instructors, certified Rock Climbing Instructors. (ask us for more)· Contact us! We are also opening up in the Rain Season for those who love to see wild flowers, abundant greenery and delicious wild growing tropical forest vegetables, fruits and berries...that are not available at other times of the year. There is so much to learn here!

Visitors who find themselves close to our Regional Office in Pokhara can contact us easily by phone or by email (see our contact information) and arrange to come to the· Middim Khoa Resort Guest House of SARDOGS Academy in Shyauli Bazaar. There is also a bus from Pokhara Bus-Park to Karaputar at the suspension bridge over the Madi Khola River and from there one has to walk 1,5 hours to reach our Academy at Shyauli Bazaar.


Pokhara to Shyauli Bazaar

Our·guest house·can accommodate up to·25 guests.Camping ground is also available in abundance.Our facilities include solar hot showers and solar electricity.Costs are fully negotiable and very reasonable.

Please contact us (Pokhara office +977 9846025679) as early as possible for further information or to make arrangements for hiring a jeep to Karaputar or getting a SARDOGS NEPAL staff porter or guide who will pick you up at Karaputar to help you with carrying your goods or simply showing you the way.

Our Guest House

ABOUT SARDOGS NEPAL

Search and Rescue Dog Handlers Academy of Nepal. Not For Profit that trains young Nepalese to search for missing people.

Contact

SAR DOGS NEPAL Head Office
Chauthe, Ward No. 14  POKHARA
Mobile Nr.: +977 98560 25679

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