Retired Military K-9 Finally Reunites With Beloved Handler

They say a dog is a man’s best friend. Anyone who has ever owned a dog can agree that the bond shared with our beloved pets is like no other. They become part of our family, demonstrating love and loyalty like no other animal. Dogs are protective yet friendly, quick to provide comfort and companionship to humans. So it makes sense that when our beloved armed forces are away on duty, away from their home and loved ones, they can sometimes find a sense of security and comfort in dogs. Military dogs are groomed and trained to help serve our military members while overseas in foreign lands. This kind of partnership produces an even greater bond that most of us can probably imagine. In addition to spending tons of time together, the activities military members and their dogs do together helps create a natural bond and dependency that is unshakeable.