Debra Woomer Dunlap
Debra Woomer Dunlap

This is a shame that they are doing this to these War K9's! They are Heroes just as our Soldiers are! They both served our Country & they need to come home with their heroes too! It's disgusting how our Military both human & animal have been treated. If not for these HEROES we would not have our FREEDOM! And that we need to be thankful for!

Gary Ramthun
Gary Ramthun
  • Debra Woomer Dunlap

Please read the first reply. from SSgt. Matt Cella. Then go to this URL for more informaiton. http://www.militaryworkingdogadoptions.com/

Blazing Cats
Blazing Cats
  • Debra Woomer Dunlap

i will reply to all they need to provide a safe place for the dogs with problems to live out their lives there is no price too much for the human lives they saved

Lou Michelson
Lou Michelson
  • Debra Woomer Dunlap

Thanks Gary, I will. Maybe now we are getting some where on this help the War Dog Cause.

Lorraine Valenta
Lorraine Valenta
  • Debra Woomer Dunlap

Thank you for the web site.

Kristi Burke
Kristi Burke

That is good to know Matt Cella...I don't think anybody would disagree with putting down an animal that is a danger to a family....I think we just want to make sure that if the dog can be adopted we support that cause. I have 4 dogs...and would glady accept one of these war hereos into my family if there was not a place for it rather than see it put down...

Greta Fay
Greta Fay
  • Kristi Burke

Your a good person Kristi! I love you!

Kristi Burke
Kristi Burke
  • Kristi Burke

You are a good person too...and I love you!!!

Erika Chafen
Erika Chafen
  • Kristi Burke

Heck yeah

Jude Anne Gossin
Jude Anne Gossin

80 percent of all NATO countries such as Germant, Hungary, the Netherlands and Spain no longer use any animals totrain military medical personnel. Information obtained by PETA.

Sheryl Ksenich
Sheryl Ksenich
  • Jude Anne Gossin

MWDs save countless human lives daily. They are invaluable, and we (the military) have IMMENSE respect for them!

Jude Anne Gossin
Jude Anne Gossin
  • Jude Anne Gossin

Did sign already.

James Earl Bailey
James Earl Bailey

My uncle John McCollet served 3tours in vietnan to stay with his dog, K9. he was johns friend to the end.

Jim Bailey
Jim Bailey
  • James Earl Bailey

My Great Uncle Jon Bailey. He never made it home from that 3rd tour.

James Earl Bailey
James Earl Bailey
  • James Earl Bailey

I have 2 uncles named john, & jon BOTH DID 3 TOURS only my mom`s brother John made it back. He`s still with us.

Blair Veakins
Blair Veakins

This is a mindless and disgusting practice. How would the 'ranking' officers who make these absurd decisions feel if they or their sons were 'killed off' when considered too old for active duty? These dogs are f**king HEROS, treat them with the respect they deserve and have earned!

Sheryl Ksenich
Sheryl Ksenich
  • Blair Veakins

Nonsense, we adopt most MWDs out to loving families. We truly care for them.
http://www.militaryworkingdogadoptions.com/

Otto Ruefli
Otto Ruefli
  • Blair Veakins

Blair do you even read?

Nick Marinelli
Nick Marinelli

They aren't being euthanized. Most are adopted out to families stateside. Do your homework hippie.

Meghan Eileen Dowie
Meghan Eileen Dowie
  • Nick Marinelli

So what do you think happens to the ones that are not adopted out?

Nick Marinelli
Nick Marinelli
  • Nick Marinelli

What do you think happens to all dogs who can't live a normal life anymore?

Tracey Broadus
Tracey Broadus

I just can't think of a better cause to stand behind then one that gives a voice to those soldiers that don't have one. Machines don't get medals soldiers do. These brave soldiers should stop being treated as a piece of equipment that is thrown away.

Sheryl Ksenich
Sheryl Ksenich
  • Tracey Broadus

They really don't get thrown away at all. Every dog who can be adopted out to a home will be, only the very few who are too aggressive are put down. In fact MWDs are technically one rank higher than their handler. We respect them, and do everything we possibly can for them. The government even spends millions per year on pain meds for injured dogs. If they were equipment, we wouldn't do that, or clean their teeth every year, or a lot of other things we do for them. They are invaluable to us....

They really don't get thrown away at all. Every dog who can be adopted out to a home will be, only the very few who are too aggressive are put down. In fact MWDs are technically one rank higher than their handler. We respect them, and do everything we possibly can for them. The government even spends millions per year on pain meds for injured dogs. If they were equipment, we wouldn't do that, or clean their teeth every year, or a lot of other things we do for them. They are invaluable to us. I myself plan on adopting a Military dog someday.
Check out this site: http://www.militaryworkingdogadoptions.com/

Jimi Cunning
Jimi Cunning
  • Jimi Cunning

Thank you for your selfless, brave service - now DIE.

Jimi Cunning
Jimi Cunning
  • Jimi Cunning

Thank you for your selfless, brave service - now DIE.

Jimi Cunning
Jimi Cunning
  • Jimi Cunning

Thank you for your selfless, brave service - now DIE.

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