World War 2 pioneer Search & Rescue dog awarded the Dickin
Medal (the canine equivalent of the Victoria Cross) for:
"Outstanding service in locating a woman buried in debris on
the top floor of a blitzed building in Chelsea and holding that
position for 11½ hours."
Awarded the RSPCA 'Medallion For Valour' for:
"Saving a rescue party from a fall of rock whilst searching for
at the William Pit coal mine disaster, Whitehaven, Cumbria."