K-9 Captain: Chuck Vineyard

K-9 Members: William Branum, Andrew Couchoud, Chris Hammond, Hank Hammond,
Teresa Hammond, Danny Couchoud, Don Brownlee, David Kirkwood, Ashley
Vineyard, Estella Vineyard, and Wayne Young.
Hardin County K-9 Search and Rescue is a professional organization of volunteers with integrity
and commitment to our fellow mankind. Our goal is to be organized in our training and skills,
and to form a strong bond of teamwork in order to have the safest and most positive outcome of
any search mission we are assigned to.We train consistently in areas of wilderness and urban.
We also participate in training sessions with other search and rescue organizations to improve
our skills. This organization of professionally trained volunteers and their search dogs are
available 24/7 to assist in the location of missing persons.  
We do not self employ we deploy only through Hardin County 911.

Our team is always looking for individuals with an interest in our goals to assist in training with
our K-9’s and be a part of our team. There are many areas in Search & Rescue that require
additional personnel.  

If you’re a member of the Hardin Co. Fire Department, you qualify to be a part of our team. If
you’re interested, please contact us, we would like to find a place for you on the K-9 Search
and Rescue Team.
Please contact:
Chuck Vineyard
Cell: 731-607-6843
Doth not leave the ninety and nine in the wilderness,
and go after that which is lost, until he find it?
Prissy Vineyard
- National Narcotic Detector Dog Trailing
- NASAR Trailing
- Handler: Chuck Vineyard
Jodi Le Branum
- NASAR Trailing
- NASAR Human Remains Detection
- National Narcotic Detector Dog Trailing
- Handler: William Branum
K-9 Search & Rescue Team