Flintridge Prep students volunteer with National Disaster Search Dog Foundation

Eleven Flintridge Prep students recently spent a day helping an organization that trains search and rescue dogs for emergency situations.

On Nov. 1, the middle school students assembled boxes of canine supplements, which will be sold at pet stores to benefit the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation.

The community service project was coordinated through Search Dogs USA, the licensing arm of the Search Dog Foundation.

-- Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com

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