Eromit recognizes and salutes the hard work and dedication of search and rescue volunteers in helping out when disaster strikes. We were particularly touched by the efforts of the search and rescue teams that attended the avalanche tragedy near Fernie in December of 2008 that took the lives of eight young men from Sparwood, BC. We have been inspired to give back to these types of volunteers. Starting in 2010, we have pledged to donate one puppy per year to an experienced certified search and rescue handler in Canada.Our breeding program cultivates the temperament, drive, and soundness that is essential to a good search and rescue dog and it is our hope that these puppies will be able to make a difference to their search and rescue teams, their communities, and to our world as a whole. Interested parties may apply for a puppy by filling out the form below. In order to be considered, you should be a member of a recognized search and rescue team and should have prior experience training a search and rescue dog. At this time, only applicants from Canada will be considered. The donated puppy will be selected from one of our future litters with input from the selected candidate.We are currently accepting applications from experienced SAR handlers for 2016 and 2017.
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To Apply for a Donated Puppy – copy and paste this into an email and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Name/Location of Your Search and Rescue Team
How long have you been a member?
For what specific type of search will the puppy be trained? (avalanche, urban disaster, cadaver, etc) List any and all that apply.
Please list and describe your current and past SAR dogs. (breeds, age,how long they worked and what happened after retirement).
Your current veterinarian.
Please explain in detail why you are a good candidate for an Eromit Lab Puppy, and why you should be selected to have a puppy donated to you. (You may provide reference information here).
The selected applicant must belong to a SAR team that is a registered non-profit organization, and who is able to provide a receipt for the donated puppy. Is this something that your team is able and willing to do, if you are selected?
Any successful applicant will be subject to the terms and conditions of our donation contract, which includes our health guarantee. A copy of this contract is available upon request and is similar to our purchase agreement with the intent being to protect the interest of the dog. The donated puppy will be registered with the CKC and ownership transferred to the successful applicant upon receipt of a donation receipt from the successful applicant’s SAR team for the sum equal to the cost of other puppies in the selected litter. The successful applicant will be consulted to determine which planned litter will be most suitable for their needs, and agrees to provide regular progress reports once the puppy is in training. The puppy may not be used for breeding, nor may it be rehomed to anyone but the breeder, for any reason. By submitting this form, I agree to the above terms and certify that all information provided is truthful and accurate.
Any questions for us?