marine-adopts-dog.jpgA $15 million veterinary hospital for four-legged military personnel opened Tuesday at Lackland Air Force Base, offering a long overdue facility that gives advanced medical treatment for combat-wounded dogs. (AP story at CNN.com)

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  1. Its great that they are taking care of them when they’re wounded but still so sad that the animals are suffering in wars humans start. I read a novel a couple of years ago that had a a part in it about dogs i the second world war that were used to carry messages. It was one of the saddest things I ever learned. And then of course previous to motorized vehicles there were the horses. Like I said, glad to see that they are at least taking care of them and not just seeing them as expendable. Humans have a lot more to thank animals for than animals have ever had to thank humans for.