The BRH is the only national search and rescue dog organisation that now has two large areas exclusively for search and rescue dog training.
Hünxe training centre
On 9 April 2008, the purchase contract for the former Anita-Thyssen-Heim park was signed by the BRH committee at the town hall in Hünxe, near Wesel. The world’s first training centre just for rescue dog handlers and emergency staff was created from the land » read more
Malchin training centre
The BRH acquired a large industrial site near the town of Malchin in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania in March 2010, which will be expanded over the next few years to become a world-unique debris practice area. » read more
Mosbach training centre
Since 2015, the BRH (German Search and Rescue Dog Association) has operated a teaching and training centre for disaster relief on the site of the former Neckartal barracks, with a core area of 60,000 m2 and a total area of 270,000 m2. Emergency services train here in all areas of disaster control and civil protection as well as internal security in an interdisciplinary manner. >> read more