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92 Military Dogs Coming Home After Completing Their Service In Afghanistan

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AMK9, the leading global provider of K9 Detection Services, undertook the incredible task of bringing home 92 military dogs from over 7,000 miles away. The amount of prepping and planning to make something on this scale happen is nothing short of amazing.

The U.S. government contracted AMK9 to bring these war heroes home once they have completed their service, but they take it a step further than that. The kindhearted people work hard to make sure the dogs are properly placed when they return, whether loving homes for retirement or retraining the ones still fit for duty.

In the video below, you’ll meet some of the individual dogs and witness the moments they find their forever homes. Jon Wertjes, President/COO of AMK9, provides an update for the 92 dogs who were either reassigned to new jobs or matched up with families and adopted to loving homes through Piper’s Playhouse in Anniston, Alabama.

“Four dogs is a huge accomplishment,” says Tisha Mullen, the Logistics and Procurement Manager over at AMK9. “When you move 92? It absolutely changes the entire scope.”

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