On Remembrance Day we honour our war heroes - the men and women who valiantly served and sacrificed so that we could live in peace. We also hope that all men and women now serving overseas will return safely and soon.
In previous wars, military dogs were often killed at the end of their working lives. Thankfully, today, many of them return home with their companions or are adopted by police departments or the families of soldiers killed in action.
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Could someone please take me out to hunt for a stick?
No one budged ... Fine.
It sure didn't look like I was going stick hunting. I was lucky to even get my regular walks. No one wanted to go outside. Not for anything. Not even for me! All three of them started bargaining about who's going to take me out next. "It's your turn" ... "No, it's your turn." They even played Rock, Paper, Scissors! Geez, my bladder could have burst waiting for one of them to hoist themselves off the couch and take me out!
Please take me out! I really have to go. See?