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Missing Afghanistan War Dog Reunited With Owner

Australian newspaper, Liverpool Leader, has reported the heartwarming return of an explosive detection dog to her handler at Holsworthy Barracks. Sarbi, a Labrador cross Newfoundland went missing in Afghanistan more than two years ago. She  was separated from her handler when their unit came under attack from insurgents in Uruzgan province in September 2008 and is said to have spent 14 months living in an undisclosed location in Afghanistan before she was returned to coalition forces after being recognised by an American soldier.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

Missing Afghanistan War Dog Reunited With Owner

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