A U.S. Army dog saved soldiers during World War II. Seventy-five years later, Britain’s highest honor for animal bravery goes to him.
– A dog was taken away from his family and was used during World War II.
– That dog survived three and a half years in the war.
– The hero dog just received the highest honor for animal bravery in Britain called the Dickin Medal.
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The dog, a German shepherd-husky cross named Chips, took out a shooter by the throat during the war.
The Dickin Medal was given to the said dog for his efforts during the war. Chips was from a regular family but the Army asked civilians to give up their dogs to be used in the war.
The dog survived three and a half years in the war and was able to return home to the dog owners.
John Wren, one of the dog owners, received the award in behalf of Chips.
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