Gina Clouse has been involved with Search and Rescue since 2003, when she started her first search dog Kiera. As members of High Country Search Dogs, Elkhorn, and Lewis & Clark County Search and Rescue, Gina and Kiera were certified in wilderness live find and cadaver. In 2012 Gina left Montana to attend Veterinary School at Washington State University, but returned in 2016, where she now works as a veterinarian. Gina started training her second search dog "Nodin" in 2016. They are currently certified in wilderness live find, cadaver, and shore, and continue to train towards certification in other disciplines.
Gina and Nodin are certified in: