Good News for Military Dogs!

MILITARY DOGS CAN NOW COME HOME, thanks to Midnightflixy for sharing this great news with us

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In the US military dogs save at least 200 service men and women in the careers. They are a vital part of the military and do dangerous and heroic work, as well as providing comfort to those brave soldiers who struggle through extreme environments and circumstance. However, it used to be that once the dogs reached a certain age or they became to ill to carry on in the field, they would be abandoned overseas in foreign countries, some of which have little to no animal welfare and the dogs suffered immensely, in some cases succumbing to horrible deaths after years of faithful service.

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Now however, President Obama has signed into law a defence bill that requires the military to bring home all retired dogs home to the US! Here they will be homed with either those they have served with, or be put up for adoption for new loving homes.

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Warning for Dog Owners; Dog Theft

This message is very close to my heart and so well put and if you agree perhaps you’d like to sign the petition at the bottom xoxox

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As part of a number of welfare groups on social media, I have noticed a large number of posts about pets being stolen, in particular dogs. This includes from home gardens with fences and gates, outside shops and even muggings whilst owners are out with their pets. This post is just to warn pet owners of the risks, so people will think twice about what they do with their beloved animals.

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So lets start with the one that always upsets me; pets outside of shops/schools etc. This is where the majority of thefts happen, owners will tie up their dogs to go inside – this can range from just getting one thing to do doing a full shop in Tesco. I believe this is very unfair to your dog. Whilst I understand that these errands need to happen and walking the dog to and from the shop means you complete…

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