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Abandoned Veteran and Rescue Dog Save Each Other

Will and Shae

Pets for Patriots

A two-tour Army combat veteran who lost everything when his wife abandoned him reclaims his life with the help of a rescue dog desperate for a second chance. Injured in Service and Abandoned at Home In 2005, Will enlisted in the National Guard and deployed to Kosovo in June of 2006 on a peacekeeping mission. Three years later, he deployed to A... more

Shelter Dog “Light of Life” for Army Vet and Wife

George and Ruxin

Pets for Patriots

Ruxin was an adult shelter dog like so many others, wanting nothing more than a secure life in a loving home. In 2013, just before Christmas, the shelter dog got his wish: an Army veteran and his wife, still reeling from the loss of their beloved dog, were smitten by this two year-old Beagle mix. The rest, as they say, is history. George retire... more

Vietnam Vet Gives Blind Dog The Gift Of Sight

Lady Gaga, Sam, Kenneth, and Roxy

Pets for Patriots

Most of us know about guide dogs for blind people, but one Vietnam veteran adopted a companion pet to give the gift of sight to his blind dog. Funny-looking dog with a serious purpose Kenneth is a Vietnam War combat veteran who feels that he was selfish when he adopted a shelter dog named Sam I Am, a Jack Russell terrier mix “with a Mohawk.” I... more

AAHA Recertifies Veterinary Clinic

2nd Lt. Caleb Lyons and his German shepherd.

Air Force News | Mar 27, 2014

BARKSDALE AIR FORCE BASE, La. -- The Barksdale Veterinary Clinic was recently weighed against an American Animal Hospital Association standard of nearly 900 factors with results putting the clinic in the top 12 percent in the nation. The vet clinic, originally accredited by the AAHA in 2011, completed the reaccreditation process Feb. 7. "Being... more

It's all Relative: Einstein Joins Navy Family

Illiyana and Einstein

Pets for Patriots

For one four-legged Einstein, life is all relative as he becomes the latest member of a growing Navy family. It was a cold and dreary day in 2012, about two weeks before Christmas. Like in so many shelters, rescues, SPCAs and humane societies around the country, a homeless dog sat in an Indiana shelter with no home and few prospects of finding ... more

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