She may be retired now, but Red was one of the four-legged heroes in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks.
Red was among hundreds of other dogs who worked in New York and Washington, D.C. after the attacks, according to the video below from Reuters. She searched through the rubble at the Pentagon in 12-hour shifts in the hot sun, helping to recover dozens of bodies over several weeks.
Now 12-years-old and retired, the labrador occasionally tags along on search missions. She "still has the same love of the search," according to the video report.
Her trainer, Heather Roche, explains that Red was not initially cut out for the job. "I never thought she would be a successful search dog," she told Reuters. But no matter what I asked her to do ... she did it every single time and she did it perfectly," Roche added.
There are also over 530 police officers who work with bomb-sniffing dogs named after 9/11 victims.
There are organizations that work to train dogs, such as the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation, which helps train dogs, mostly from shelters, to save human lives during disasters.