"We introduced the Military Working Dog Retirement Act for these four-legged veterans like Bak."  from Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema's Facebook page

Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema: We introduced the Military Working Dog Retirement Act for four-legged veterans like Bak.

A great postcard from military dog historian Mike Lemish, whose war dog books you should def check out. Looks like it's from MWD Adoptions, another fine entity. Sweet!

Honor Our Veterans. Adopt a military working dog. Had no idea that you could adopt them.good to know for the future.

Happy #VeteransDay! Your service and sacrifice will never be forgotten!

Military Working Dogs, where would we be without them. God bless our Vets, our Troops and our MWDs ~

The ATF conducted training for and testing on area police dogs on their ability to recognize a variety of odors like explosives and narcotics March 27-29.

The ATF conducted training for and testing on area police dogs on their ability to recognize a variety of odors like explosives and narcotics March

K9 Veteran

Military War Dog Military Working Dog Saved countless lives in Afghanistan and Iraq. My hat is off to the pups.

ARLINGTON, VA - JUNE 19: U.S. Navy military working dog handlers attend the burial of Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Sean E. Brazas June 19, 2012 at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. Petty Officer Brazas, a K-9 handler, was killed while being ambushed as he was helping a fellow officer into a helicopter in Panjaw’l, Afghanistan on May 30, 2012. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) 2012 Getty Images

Military dogs once left behind to die-are now honored and retired

ARLINGTON, VA - JUNE U. Navy military working dog handlers attend the burial of Navy Petty Officer Class Sean E. Brazas June 2012 at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. Petty Officer Brazas, a handler, was killed while be

Cak, a German Shepard Military Working Dog assigned to the 554 Military Police Company, poses for an official portrait June 21, 2013, in front of a 5 Step obstacle on the Boeblingen dog kennel's obstacle course. (US Army Photo Released) (Photo by Martin Greeson)

Cak, a German Shepard Military Working Dog assigned to the 554 Military Police Company, poses for an official portrait June in front of a 5 Step obstacle on the Boeblingen dog kennel's obstacle course. (US Army Photo Released) (Photo by Martin Greeson)

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