• Dark Memories Bind Vietnam Veteran and Adopted Dog

    2014
    Vietnam vet Jerome was struggling to stay busy in retirement before he found a shelter dog who also needed a purpose.
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    Jerome and Scruffy
  • A Pen and a Pup: Korean War Vet Cures the Blues

    2014
    With the stroke of a pen and the love of one very special pup, an elderly Korean War veteran beat the blues.
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    Ross and Schatz
  • Adopted Dog Brings Navy Couple Closer Together

    2014
    Kay was an adult dog like too many others — sitting in a shelter with few prospects of a forever home until a Navy couple made her family.
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    Robert and Kay
  • Post-9/11 Army Vet Adds Shelter Dog to His Pack

    2014
    Jason served in the shadows of 9/11, joining the Army and, after service, saving the life of an "awesome" little shelter dog named Cocoa.
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    Jason and Cocoa
  • Why You Should Adopt Your Next Pet

    2014
    Whether to adopt or shop for your next pet should be an easy decision. Companion pet adoption is not only far more humane and ethical, it saves lives.
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    Woman being comforted by a cat
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After surgery and a tiring drive, a mutt from Afghanistan named Rommel snuggled on the sofa with his long-lost savior last week.

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The Moore County Dog Tags program pairs wounded soldiers with dogs who have been abandoned or abused.

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Whether to adopt or shop for your next pet should be an easy decision. Companion pet adoption is not only far more humane and ethical, it saves lives.

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Military.com Top 10: Dog Reunions

Break out the tissues as Military.com breaks out the top 10 reunions between returning service members and their dogs.
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Dogs Welcome Home Their Troops

Watch these dogs give their brave men and women what they deserve: lots of love, hugs and kisses!
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The Most Excited Dog Ever

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