At Wasatch Hollow Animal Hospital we want to honor all our nation’s war and law enforcement dogs and their handlers – past, present and future.
As you walk into our lobby you will find portraits of four-legged and human patriots on the Wall of Heroes.
If you know a Hero you would like to honor on this wall, please email a high resolution photo with their names and description of their brave acts to FamilyPetMedicalCare@gmail.com
Now, let me introduce our Heroes:
Balto Logie is a Contractor Working Dog. He saved his handlers life (John Logie) in May 2010 while searching for explosives and clearing the way for troops in Afghanistan
Pax was the first of 2 FEMA ceritified Human Remains Detection dogs in Utah. He was officially a member of Utah Task Force-1 (Salt Lake Urban Search and Rescue).
On March 22, 2014 a large mudslide occurred near Oso, Washington scarring 1.3 square miles, destroying homes and covering the area with 15 to 20 feet of mud and debris. 43 people were missing and presumed dead. Pax and his handler Liz Baumgartner helped recovered their remains.
Ziga and Dave Boucher
They are protecting the community working at Centerville Police Department in Utah.
SSGT Erick Martinez and MWD Argo M118 at Hill Air Force Base
CPL. Suzette Clemans and MWD (Belgian Malinois patron explosive section dog) Denny
1st Law Enforcement Battalion, I Marine Expeditionary Force
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam K-9 Teams On A Morning Stroll
Meet Lucca, a retired U.S. Marine Corps dog who lost one of her legs while hunting for homemade bombs in Afghanistan, and handler Gunnery Sergeant Christopher Willingham