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America’s fighting canines, who undoubtedly saved many lives in battle by detecting hidden bombs, do not always make it home during the long war on terrorism for a variety of reasons. Some were retired overseas, making them “civilians” ineligible for military-funded transportation back to the States. Read More...
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Partners On and Off the Battlefield The first thing Sgt. Calvin Aguilar requested when he groggily awoke from surgery was to see Staff Sergeant (SSG) Nico. The two partners had been deployed to Afghanistan together, and like all soldiers they…
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Animal abuse is never acceptable, and should never be tolerated. American Humane Association has received complaints regarding an episode of a Nat Geo reality television series featuring Cesar Millan. As this country’s first national humane organization, we are always vigilant…
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