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Each quarter, MWDTSA mails approximately 200 care packages to military working dog teams deployed in global combat zones.
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Military working dog handlers will tell you their greatest K9 first aid priority is to prevent dog heatstroke. On this first day of summer, MWDTSA is honored to share the following safety information from Colorado State University's…
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Will Chesney, an "ordinary" high school student living in a Southeast Texas trailer park, had a big dream—to become a Navy SEAL. In a gripping autobiography, No Ordinary Dog, he chronicles his journey from enlistment through SEAL training…
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My heart dropped when I received word recently that Homer Finley had died. As the last surviving member of the 1st Marine War Dog Platoon, he was a living link to the earliest days of our nation’s military working dog program. At the…