Robin Curle
Robin Curle Campaign leader

Military dogs are left behind as civilians and transported to military kennels awaiting adoption. This needs to change. We need to bring…Read More

help bring military service dogs home to retire.
Kathryn Terhune Cotton

Having a service dog (disability assistance ) over the past 18 years has given me some understanding of the extraordinary bond that forms between a handler and their dog when the handler's very life in put in trust of the loyalty of their dog partner.

My son, who has inherited my love of animals…Read More

Sheldon Nadler

As a Vietnam veteran with 3 tours under my belt, these dogs saved more lives then I did as a Hospital Corpsman with the Marines. Now they…Read More

help bring military service dogs home to retire.
sonia riquier

Les chiens ont droit aussi au respect et à la retraite, autant que les hommes. Signez pour leur tranquilitè

help bring military service dogs home to retire.
Niki Martin

We don't leave our two legged soldiers behind. Let's show the same respect to our four legged soldiers!

Jonah Goldberg: No military dog left behind

Retired military dog Chef on Capitol Hill on July 23. Chef, a 12-year-old Belgian Malinois, served two tours in Afghanistan.(Photo: Michael Reynolds, epa) Corrections and clarifications: A previous version of this column incorrectly stated the mission of the group, K9s of the War on Terror. The group awards a K9 medal for exceptional service. …Read More
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