Frida the 10-year-old yellow Labrador retriever is the definition of a good dog. She spent her life helping to rescue survivors around the world in the wake of natural disasters — and now she’s finally trading in her protective gear for something else: A dog toy. After a long career saving people’s lives, Frida has retired from rescue work, according to a press release on the site for Mexico’s government. While she is credited for finding at least 41 bodies and a dozen people alive over her storied career, the pup became a household name in the aftermath of a deadly earthquake in Mexico in 2017. Frida and her trainer were deployed in the wake of the magnitude 7.1 earthquake that rocked Mexico City and surrounding areas Sept. 19, 2017. Nearly 400 people died in the temblor and its aftershocks. Of those deaths, 228 were in the capital city. The pup worked as a sniffer with the Mexican navy’s canine unit and became a symbol of hope for many in the area during the time. Fifteen dogs were deployed in the search, according to the Los Angeles Times, but Frida was by far the most popular on social media. Even actor Chris Evans tweeted about her. Last summer, a st...