Friday, May 27, 2011
While you're preparing for Memorial Day
and thinking of all those heroes who have given their life so we can enjoy the freedom and privileges that we possess in the United States, here's a couple more things to ponder.
Military Dogs Need Homes
There are some special requirements, because these dogs are highly trained. Military personnel and law enforcement programs and experienced handlers' applications are given priority. VSPA offers these tips when applying to adopt a military dog
As noted, in this article,applications to adopt retired military dogs has increased, exponentially, since the demise of bin laden.
Guardian Angels For Soldier's Pets, arrange foster homes for deploying military personnel.
Guardians For Soldier's Pets mission is to support "our Military, Veterans, and their beloved Pets to ensure the pets are reunited with their owners following a deployment (combat or peace-keeping mission) in harm's way to fight the global war on terrorism or unforseen emergency hardship impacting their ability to retain their pet's ownership rights."
I'm not in a position to do either, right now. But I sure can spread the word!
Tails From The Frontline is their official blog.