Working along side brave soldiers, K9 Corps have helped soldiers since WW I fight for our freedom – saving many, many lives, with no regard for their own.
Many times these dogs are wounded and in need of therapy themselves. In 2008, a new $15 million veterinary hospital for four-legged military personnel opened at Lackland Air Force Base, offering a long overdue facility that gives advanced medical treatment for combat-wounded dogs.
Over the years these dogs have given their lives to military service, while others return home to live out their life in the peace and comfort of their handler families.
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