Last 9/11 search dog's legacy lives on in rescue work — and in a furry kid sister

Last 9/11 search dog's legacy lives on in rescue work — and in a furry kid sister

Even though she died in 2016 , the golden retriever remains one of the most recognizable symbols of the arduous search and rescue work done by dogs and their human handlers at disaster sites all over the world.Denise Corliss is pictured with her search dog Bretagne at ground zero in New York City in September 2001.

Talented dog earns more than £13,000 selling his paintings online

Talented dog earns more than £13,000 selling his paintings online

Hunter has sold hundreds of paintings on Etsy (Picture: @.online / Caters News)‘One thing that always impresses us is how unique each painting is; he can get pretty creative with his brush strokes depending on his mood.

Remembering the incredible story of hero dogs on 9/11

Remembering the incredible story of hero dogs on 9/11

A number of the rescue dogs went on to be deployed in other disaster zonesWhile many remember the heroic efforts of rescue workers who rushed to save lives as the World Trade Centre collapsed on September 11, 2001, the stories of hundreds of dogs who helped people are not as well known.

Hunter the Shiba is a professional painter who makes thousands from his masterpieces

Hunter the Shiba is a professional painter who makes thousands from his masterpieces

(Picture: Shiba Inu Art/Caters)Each painting session take between 10 to 15 minutes, the couple said, and the final works sell for around £43 each.

See Last Surviving 9/11 Search Dog Have Best Birthday Ever!

See Last Surviving 9/11 Search Dog Have Best Birthday Ever!

A special day for a special dog With her name in lights, Bretagne and her guardian, Denise Corliss, were stylishly led around the city for her special day. Read more amazingly heroic stories here >> National Disaster Preparedness Month These are the dogs we rely on when disasters strike.

Dramatic Bald-Eagle Rescue; Lead Poisoning to Blame

Dramatic Bald-Eagle Rescue; Lead Poisoning to Blame

Lead poisoning, which can cause lethargy and an inability to fly, certainly matched the symptoms of the eagle currently undergoing treatment at Avian Haven. "She is eating and active," says Amy. You can stay updated on progress through the Animal Haven facebook page and check out the gallery for incredible rescue photos.