Fun Facts: Military Working Dogs

Military working dogs have played an important role in the armed forces for decades. These furry soldiers have saved countless lives and served their country with honor and distinction.

In honor of K9 Veterans Day, here are some fun facts about military working dogs:

Fact #1: The first military working dog was a bulldog named Sergeant Stubby. He served during World War I and became a national hero. He was even given the rank of sergeant!

Fact #2: Military working dogs have their own rank. They can hold ranks from Private to Sergeant Major.

Fact #3: One of the most popular breeds for military working dogs is the Belgian Malinois. These dogs are highly intelligent, loyal, and have excellent training abilities.

Fact #4: Military working dogs wear their own custom-made body armor. The armor protects them from gunfire, shrapnel, and other battlefield hazards.

Fact #5: Military working dogs have their own specialized first aid kits. These kits include items like tourniquets, bandages, and antiseptics specifically designed for dogs.

Fact #6: The military trains dogs to detect explosives and drugs using their sense of smell. A dog’s sense of smell is up to 100,000 times better than a human’s!



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