We have posted many times about the bravery and loyalty exhibited by military war dogs over the past hundred years. . .as well as the failures of humans to care for these dogs after their. . .
Here’s a wonderful, short video that shows the moment that Air Force Technical Sergeant David Simpson was reunited with the dog he served with, Robby. Simpson retired last year, and Robby continued. . .
We’ve posted several times about dogs who have been reunited with the soldiers or marines who saved them in war zones overseas. Here’s a great interview with the owners of one such dog, who was brought to the United States by an organization called. . .
When Lance Corporal Bradley O’Keefe woke up after being injured by an IED in Afghanistan, his first question was, “Where’s Earl?” But as far as anyone knew, the bomb-sniffing dog, O’Keefe’s partner, was nowhere to be found. The story of how. . .
We post a lot about the incredible bonds that form between soldiers and dogs when they work together in the field. Here’s a very touching story about what happens when it’s time to say goodbye forever. When Ryan Anderson’s service in Afghanistan ended, he knew he’d be bringing his partner, bomb-sniffing dog Freddie, home to live with him. After four tours of duty, Freddie had saved countless lives, and he deserved a. . .
Here’s a great story of a young marine who, after his tour of duty ended, vowed to find the bomb-sniffing dog he served with in Afghanistan. When he discovered that the dog, Casey, was working for the Iowas fire marshal, Marine Sgt. Ross Gundlach of Madison, Wisconsin, set in motion the process for reclaiming her. Last week, he thought he was. . .