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For a country still in mourning and counting its dead from last week's devastating earthquakes, Frida the navy rescue dog has emerged as a source of inspiration and pride in the search for survivors.Frida has spent most of her efforts at a school in southern Mexico City where 19 school children and six adults died, but 11 more children were rescued.The United States and Chile have also brought rescue dogs for the Mexican quake.Frida only has about a year left as a life-scent dog before her olfactory senses are expected to decline, after which she will retire to live with Arauz.
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