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Good News for Military Dogs

shutterstock_12076312From the American Humane Association:
Did you know each military working dog saves the lives of between 150-200 servicemen and women by detecting IEDs and other hidden weapons? Did you also know that despite their service and the generally good efforts of military, there has been no guarantee that military dogs will be reunited with their handlers or bought back to the U.S. after their retirement.

Until now.
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Reunited and it feels so good!

From the ABC affiliate in Chicago…Army Sergeant Jason Bos welcomes home Clia upon her retirement from military service. I’m not sure who’s more excited – Clia or Jason!

Welcome home, Clia! And thanks to both of you for your service!

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

Dogs of War: Zenit

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Marina Cpl Villard with Bank, courtesy NationalGeographic.com

EXCELLENT article (although a little long) on National Geographic about military working dogs.

A great big wag of the doggies.com tail to all of our veterans, both human and canine, as well as to those who are still serving, on this Memorial Day 2014. We appreciate your service and sacrifice.

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!