Bring home our military DOGS

HELP our military working dogs COME HOME!

Military Dogs Need to Make it Home Safely April 2nd, 2009 During the Vietnam War, dogs were used as military scouts and had personal dog handlers. The dogs were an important part of the war effort, but when the war ended, dog handlers had to leave their companions to fend for themselves in a foreign land. The dogs were left behind as unneeded equipment, disposable objects that would only serve as extra cargo weight. After everything the dogs did to help the war effort, they were shown little respect in return. When Bill Clinton was president, he passed a law that said dogs could be brought back home during a war effort, but it still isn?t mandatory. We need to make sure our government knows this shouldn?t be an option; dogs should be required to be brought home, just like troops can?t be left after a war.