A Paw Up in Veterinary Care
for Military Working Dogs
Col. David Rolfe...................................Col. Robert Vogelsang
We see them on the news, military dogs, helping to protect the lives of military and civilian personnel in areas. Their duties range from detecting explosives and drugs, used on patrols, to other specialized functions for the for the Dept. of Defense and other government agencies. But who takes care of them when they get injured? What types of treatments are available to them? And when they can no longer actively serve their country, do they get military retirement benefits?
My guests today, Cols. Robert Vogelsang and David Rolfe, of the U.S. Army Corp will brief us on what the military is doing to select, train and protect our four legged soldiers.
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