Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Dogs and Cats German Shepherd, Bruno

Bruno is a military working dog at Ramstein Air Base, Germany.Bruno is a military working dog at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. US Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Ken Bergmann.

Military working dogs can deploy anywhere human servicemembers can go. Adaptability to diverse climatic and environmental conditions is one reason Belgian Malanois and German Shepherds were chosen as the predominant breeds in this service, says Department of Defense K-9 Program Manager Bob Dameworth.
Among other attributes, they are also known as breeds with exemplary character.

"These breeds were also selected because they are courageous," Dameworth adds. "They are brave dogs." Deployment Quarterly, Military Dogs

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Biby Cletus said...

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