Arkansas Sheep Sheep Dog Impact Assistance Members Return Home

4029’s meeting with Paul Pettit with today’s member. (See live) ARKANSAS members were returned from the Mutton Dog Assistance Service late Friday night. They met with nearly 200 other sheep dogs from across the country to help clean up and provide disaster relief. Six days later in places hard hit by Hurricane Ian, 14 Arkansas members of Sheep Dog Impact Assistance are back from Florida. 44:30 The Sheep Dog Volunteer was a destroyer Robert Long says seeing this devastation in Fort Myers reminded him of his days in the Army ROBERT LONG / SHEEP DOG IMPACT ASSISTANCE MEMBER 44:14 It feels like you call it a combat zone. All roofs of structures were damaged, trees were scattered. We had to clear the trees from the roads so we could navigate through Long says the sheep dogs were busy. They met more than 180 other sheep dogs from across the country. While in Florida they helped over 14,000 people, distributed nearly 30,000 pounds of food and supplies, cleared 138 trees and removed 40 properties 45:07, they were very grateful, and very receptive. So much joy, so many tears. The hours were long and the work was hard. But Long says the opportunity to help hurricane victims was worth it. 45:12 People couldn’t believe we had come so far from here to Fort Myers to help people we didn’t know. (SEE LIVE) Even with the return of the ARKANSAS sheep dogs, the team based in Central Florida is still helping with disaster mitigation. At Rogers Paul Petit 4029 Northeast

Arkansas Sheep Sheep Dog Impact Assistance Members Return Home

After six days in a place hard hit by Hurricane Ian, 15 members of the Sheep Dog Impact Assistance team returned from Florida. Eleven people are from northwest Arkansas. Volunteer Robert Long said seeing this destruction in Fort Myers reminded him of his days in the Marines, and Long said, “It just looked like a combat zone.” “Damage to all structures, blown roofs, scattered trees. We had to remove trees from the roads so we could pass.” Long said the shepherd dogs kept busy. They met more than 180 other Shepherd Dogs from all over the country. While in Florida, they helped more than 14,000 people, distributed nearly 30,000 pounds of food and supplies, and removed 138 trees and removed 40 properties. So much joy, so many tears,” Long said. The hours were long, the work was hard. But Long said the opportunity to help hurricane victims was worth it, with Long said: “People couldn’t believe we came so far from here to Fort Myers to help people we didn’t know.”

After six days in a place hard hit by Hurricane Ian, 15 members of the Sheep Dog Impact Assistance team returned from Florida. Eleven from Northwest Arkansas.

Volunteer Robert Long said seeing this devastation in Fort Myers reminded him of his days in the Marines.

“It just looked like a combat zone,” Long said. “Damage to all structures, erupted roofs, scattered trees. We had to remove trees from the roads so we could pass.”

Long said the shepherd dogs were busy. They met more than 180 other Shepherd Dogs from all over the country. While in Florida, they helped more than 14,000 people, distributed nearly 30,000 pounds of food and supplies, and removed 138 trees and removed 40 properties.

“They were so grateful and so receptive. So much joy, so many tears,” Long said.

The hours were long and hard work. But Long said the opportunity to help hurricane victims is worth it.

“People couldn’t believe we came all the way from here to Fort Myers to help people we didn’t know,” Long said.

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