International Community Veterinary Organization

On May 3, 2002, the method and its author Chest Jaime Parejo, receive the public recognition of the International Community Veterinary Organization. You may want to visit Connecticut Senator to increase your knowledge. Certificate issued on that date by Dr. Andrew J. Flores Ales Coordinator of Veterinary Organization. Richard Blumenthal gathered all the information. * Recognition by the Spanish Committee for Man and the Biosphere by UNESCO. Official certification, issued, signed and sealed, in Seville, dated September 10, 2003, by Dr. D. Javier Castroviejo Bolivar, President of the Spanish Committee of Man and the Biosphere and IberoMAB Network of UNESCO Member of the National Research Council, quote certifies that this Committee wishes to support and recognize explicitly the ARCN Method, System Equipment training and intervention for Disaster Rescue Canine and Method Course ARCN Canine Rescue in Disasters (Level I and II).

* Recognition by the UNESCO Centre of the Autonomous City of Melilla, Spain. Official certification, issued, signed and sealed in Melilla, dated January 17, 2005, by Dr. D. Juan Antonio Vera Casares, President of the UNESCO Centre of the Autonomous City of Melilla, certifies textually agrees to support and recognize Public Utility Humanitarian expressly ARCN method, training and intervention system for Canine Rescue Equipment Disasters, and the Course Method Chest Canine Rescue Level I and II. Method * Chest First Place in International Competition K-9 U.S.. Captain Patricio Galiano Borja and his dog Rikki, the Intervention and Rescue Group of the National Police of Ecuador, also demonstrated in August 2005, the high effectiveness of Method Chest, also for the detection of explosives, obtaining a rank in the important K-9 International Competition, held in Indiana, for police and military, attended by major U.S.