Jennifer Dickon
Florida evaluator

Human Remains Detection, Area Search and Therapy Dog Instructor / Evaluator

Jennifer Dickon has been a long time member and supporter of NOCSAR. She is currently the Vet Tech Supervisor/Medical Operations Manager for Breeze Animal Hospital and has been in the Veterinary field for 23 years. She

received her Veterinary Technology Degree through Penn Foster College. Jennifer has a long history in the Animal world. She started off with one of her late Rottweilers in 2006, Trotter, he was a Certified Pet Therapy Dog through Delta Society

which then became Pet Partners, also volunteered for a local therapy group called S.P.O.T, they both as a Team visited Sims Veterans home weekly, the local hospitals, numerous local nursing homes, Covenant Hospice and local schools, he was

a Certified Pet Therapy Dog with Pet Partners for 6 years. During that time he received numerous Rally Titles and Flyball titles, towards his last year of life he started to learn HRD, unfortunately Cancer took him away at a young age of 7 years.

Her other late Rottweiler, Mya was a Human Remains Detection Dog for 4 years w/ NOCSAR and 6 years with NNDDA ( 10 years total being a Certified HRD K-9), Mya was taken away at 12.5 years old to Pancreatic Cancer. Her current Rottweiler, Shady,

who is now 9 years of age, is a retired Area Search K-9 through NOCSAR , who then became a Human Remains Detection Dog through NNDDA, he was retired at 6 years of age because of Idiopathic Epilepsy and Elbow Sclerosis. She recently rescued

a 1 year old Rottweiler, Ellie Mae and is currently working on her CGC ( Canine Good Citizen), she has high hopes for this girl to be in the SAR/Therapy world.