Rescue Dog

Gypsy, a three-year-old old purebred German Shepherd, demonstrates avalanche rescue techniques along with handler Andrew Gunton (not pictured) at Mud Lake in Kananaskis on Sunday (Jan. 22). Gypsy was trained as a search dog by Gunton for the Canadian Avalanche Rescue Dog Association's 24-hour, seven day a week avalanche search and rescue missions. Alberta Parks organized the annual avalanche awareness event, inviting many different rescue and backcountry groups to Mud Lake to help make the public aware of the dangers of avalanches and how to stay safe in the backcountry

Gypsy, a three-year-old old purebred German Shepherd, demonstrates avalanche rescue techniques along with handler Andrew Gunton (not pictured) at Mud Lake in Kananaskis on Sunday (Jan. 22). Gypsy was trained as a search dog by Gunton for the Canadian Avalanche Rescue Dog Association's 24-hour, seven day a week avalanche search and rescue missions. Alberta Parks organized the annual avalanche awareness event, inviting many different rescue and backcountry groups to Mud Lake to help make the public aware of the dangers of avalanches and how to stay safe in the backcountry

Gypsy, a three-year-old old purebred German Shepherd, demonstrates avalanche rescue techniques along with handler Andrew Gunton (not pictured) at Mud Lake in Kananaskis on Sunday (Jan. 22). Gypsy was trained as a search dog by Gunton for the Canadian Avalanche Rescue Dog Association's 24-hour, seven day a week avalanche search and rescue missions. Alberta Parks organized the annual avalanche awareness event, inviting many different rescue and backcountry groups to Mud Lake to help make the public aware of the dangers of avalanches and how to stay safe in the backcountry