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The United States Marine Corps has around 400 IED (Improvised Explosive Device) sniffing dogs that are being decommissioned and need forever homes.
They all need forever homes. Most of the dogs are breeds such as:
Labradors, Belgian Malinois, Border Collies, German Shepherds &
Rottweilers. These dogs are all incredibly well-trained. Many of them have served in war zones and are responsible for
saving countless American, NATO and foreign lives. The dogs are based in the District of Columbia (D.C.). Adoptive families

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must be able to travel to D.C. to pick up the dogs or arrange transport at their own expense.
Please help these war heroes get the lives they deserve.
The contact for interested adoptive families is:
Brian D. Miller PM IED Detector Dog Program
Marine Corps Systems Command
910-652-3645 Ext-321
brian.d.miller7@usmc.mil
The United States Marine Corps has around 400 IED (Improvised Explosive Device) sniffing dogs that are being decommissioned and need forever homes.
They all need forever homes. Most of the dogs are breeds such as:
Labradors, Belgian Malinois, Border Collies, German Shepherds &
Rottweilers. These dogs are all incredibly well-trained. Many of them have served in war zones and are responsible for
saving countless American, NATO and foreign lives. The dogs are based in the District of Columbia (D.C.). Adoptive families

...
must be able to travel to D.C. to pick up the dogs or arrange transport at their own expense.
Please help these war heroes get the lives they deserve.
The contact for interested adoptive families is:
Brian D. Miller PM IED Detector Dog Program
Marine Corps Systems Command
910-652-3645 Ext-321
brian.d.miller7@usmc.mil
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