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Army dog races into arms of soldier after 3 years apart

It was a reunion three years in the making for Army Specialist Vance McFarland. Thanks to help from Mission K9 Rescue, McFarland and his former Tactical Explosive Detection Dog were reunited for good.


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  1. He’s a nice dog. God bless both of them

  2. his dog doesn't wag his tail (mine wags heartily that her german shepard tail smacks door so to worry me) as much as my mongrel does. curious !!!! NICE commercial though for this video maker. Lotsa dogs out there that need love

  3. The dog should be able to get benefits for serving our country !

  4. 🌹🌹🌹
    So wonderful story and the lovely dog 🐕😘♥️
    Thank you

  5. This made me cry. That these service dogs were abandoned like our Vietnam vets were. I am so happy. They got reunited to. Love . THAT IS IS KEY TO ALL.

  6. Everyone who gave this a thumbs down is a filthy orc.

  7. Oh, so precious. What a reunion.

  8. Bless the soldier, the lady, the soldier's family and the beautiful dog.🐶🤗

  9. I'm sure the contractor was cashing those checks as the dog wasted away. Blackwater anyone?

  10. I can only hope that I am half the man my dog thinks I am.

  11. It doesn't get better than that

  12. Why does someone dislike this video???? Strange

  13. looked like he was running past him, not to him lol

  14. Great video! Very heartwarming. I can only imagine what a strong bond exists between these army buddies. So special to see the two reunited. Thanks for sharing.🥰💕😍

  15. Bravery, honor and loyalty are things we understand and often done with a great deal of thought and often when frightend to death. Warriors or soldiers are trained to do things that require these values under the worst condtions and often when given no time for thought. The dog is trained as well and faces the same condtions and action as part of a unit with a human teammate. The two become "brothers" they are like a wolf pack, working together much as wolves do on a hunt. I have no idea if dogs can possibly understand bravery, honor and loyalty but, I do know it is a part of their nature.  God! Spelled backwards? Dog! Bless Them!

  16. I love that people like this exist!
    Enjoy retirement Ikar! Thank you for your service!

  17. that kong toy is like doggie crack to them, they will do anything just to play with that toy

  18. Shame on the military discarding these animals after all they've done! Don't know why I'm surprised. The military does that to Vets too 😠💀

  19. God Bless You for making this forever reunion my heart & prayers ❤🙏🇺🇸❤

  20. MWDs and their Handlers save so many lives together. They deserve to live their own lives together.

  21. All dogs should be returned to their handler. I remembered how many that were left behind in war zones don't ever do that again. Dogs are a part of the family. God has blessed us with His creation to make our lives happier.

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