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Military Dogs

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Published by Bearport Publishing Company, Inc. in New York .
Written in English

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Open LibraryOL24310998M
ISBN 101597164399

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"Soldier Dogs" by Maria Goodavage is a informational book about how dogs are bought, trained, and what they do for the military. Most of the book is informational and descriptive so there is not many characters, but she does mention two dogs named Fenji and   An estimated 4, dogs and 9, military-dog handlers served in Vietnam. Their duties were widespread – scout, sentry, patrol, mine and booby-trap detection, water and ://   Army Colonel David Rolfe's military career has gone to the dogs. As director of the Defense Department's Military Working Dog Program based here, Rolfe and his staff are responsible for the health and welfare of some of the most unheralded members of the fighting force: its estimated 2, working ://   "The most comprehensive book I have ever read on the subject of military dogs, it exemplifies the indomitable spirit of the dog itself, ever selfless, loyal to a fault." —Steve Duno, author of Last Dog on the Hill. From the Publisher