Daedalus27: While I am happy that the soldier was reunited with his partner, he is denying the use of the trained dog in an important role so he can go chase squirels and get his belly rubbed. I am a dog lover as much as the next guy, but perhaps he could have visited his companion from time to time and let them continue to be of valuable service to the community in explosive detection. The mean streets of Des Moines are a far cry from Afghanistan so although somewhat risky, it is still preaty cushy duty as far as a bomb sniffing dog goes. Now if it will help his transition to civilian life that is a consideration, but it was not an insignificant expense to train a replacement animal. I am happy for him and the dog, but I can't help but think there would be a better solution available.
cmunic8r99: crypticsatellite: Very dusty in here.
Xanadone: gaslight: fark you, cat lovers!I love my cats, but I have to admit, if a cat were capable of detecting an IED, it would probably sit back and watch it blow you to bloody little bits.
Stone Meadow: being the most popular is a reasonable proxy for "best".
gaslight: fark you, cat lovers!
flamingboard: violentsalvation: Damn Iowa, you do not suck.To be honest we do suck a little.
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crypticsatellite: Very dusty in here.
violentsalvation: Damn Iowa, you do not suck.
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