Service Dog Photos That Powerfully Capture The True Meaning Of 'Loyalty.'
Soldiers in our country deserve to be treated with the utmost respect. They dedicate their lives to fight for our country. What a lot of people don't know, however, is that alongside some soldiers are soldier dogs.
Dogs have been used in warfare and on the battlefield for thousands of years. To this day, they're still used as trackers, scouts, sentries, and mine detection dogs. Around 5,000 military dogs served during the Vietnam War and have continued to be involved during all major conflicts.
Check out some of the photos below of the most loyal service dogs ever.
#1. Sgt. Mark Bush getting affectionately licked by his partner in crime, Xarius.
Now that's one wet lick I wouldn't mind getting on my face.
#2. A puppy that was saved from a fire and grew up to be a firefighter.
It's like it was his destiny in life to become the brave firefighter he is today.
#3. Lucca the dog visiting a US Veteran at Walter Reed.
Every wounded warrior needs companionship.
#4. A military dog in training.
This dog is braver than most human beings. Look at the way he's going down the ladder.
#5. Hawkeye the labrador retriever lying down by his owner Navy Seal Jon Tumilson's casket during his funeral.
Navy Seal Jon Tumilson was killed in Afghanistan crash.
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