Inside the U.S. Army’s Dog Center Europe

Man’s best friend is also one of the U.S. military’s greatest assets. The military working dog (MWD) plays a vital role in fulfilling search and seizure missions. But I’ll be honest, whenever I see a military working dog, it’s difficult for me to not want to pet them. This sort of socializing is problematic and takes the dog away from its focus. Losing focus could lead the MWD to be injured, which could jeopardize the whole mission.

And so enters the importance of the U.S. Army’s Dog Center Europe. With their help, four-legged soldiers are able to make their way back to the front lines in no time.

 

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