Faith in Humanity: Valley group changing animal, human lives

Jul 10, 2015, 10:38 AM | Updated: 10:39 am
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A Valley group is dedicated to changing the lives of both humans and their furry friends.

The Fetch Foundation works with first responders to save the lives of both. It is the main provider of Fido Bags, a device designed to save pets, and trains first responders how to use them.

The group also takes dogs for adoption and trains them for search-and-rescue operations.

The organization accepts donations online.

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Faith in Humanity: Valley group changing animal, human lives