"Kira was found by a local general, abandoned on the side of the road and was given to an interpreter as a gift. Unfortunately the interpreter was unable to take care of her and offered her up for adoption. She quickly became close friends with the other dogs we had been caring for and has become everyone's favorite puppy. She is the most well behaved and even tempered puppy I've had the joy of working with and has an incredibly friendly personality that will make her an excellent companion for our other dog Lola."
"Drax is our flight line dog in Afghanistan. He is always there hanging out with us while we are getting
ready for mission and he is always there to account for a full crew when we land. He is as obedient as a
one year old puppy can be. Recently, somebody has thought that he was being aggressive due to him
trying to play with their shoes, while they were still on their feet. A bad habit taught to him as a puppy
when boots were given to him as chew toys due to lack of toys. Now, that the complaint has been put
forward we are concerned that something that comes out of it is his disappearance. He is loved by so many here and within two days have had so many donations and contributions as well as his story
shared that we are reaching our goal to get him home. I want to note that he has been surrounded by us since he was only a few weeks old and has stayed on base for the greatest majority of his upbringing. "
"I would see these cats walking around base and some of them looked hungry and just down right sad. One of them had a missing eye and some were just so used to abuse, it was hard for them to trust anyone even if we had the one thing they struggled to get. Food. I started out trying to get him to trust me, feeding him whatever I had from my plate when he was around. It wasn't long before I pat him on the head for the ]rst time and he would eat from the palm of my hand. He comes around every morning now and sits with me while I eat breakfast. I would Love to have him at home with me."
"We have two “FOB dogs” on our base, Pickles (adult male) and Scraps (adult female). We fell in love with
them as soon as we set up shop. For being stray dogs, they are the sweetest animals ever (pickles
especially). A month ago, they had puppies and we are now doing everything we can to get them all to
the states. If we can’t, they’ll likely starve to death as they’re in the middle of the desert and are not
accustomed to hunting in the 115 degree heat as we’ve been feeding and caring for them. We brought
these dogs into the world and have grown to love every one of them. Razzi is my girl and I would love
nothing more than to take her home and be able to love her forever."
"We have 2 dogs roaming our base and the female became pregnant and gave birth to 8 puppies. We as a group realized the puppies would survive better at a home in the states and I couldn’t let them die
knowing I could have made a difference. I picked Jay to be mine and hopefully it all works out! I’ve got a
3 year old lab mix already and know she wants a friend to play with all the time!"
"I plan to bring Noria home because I recently lost you last dog while overseas, I fell in love with her
immediately and want her home with me to raise!"
"Gizmo is the puppy of these 2 dogs that have been out here with us since we got here in November. The
mom “Scraps” and dad “Pickles” seemed like they weren’t gonna make when we got here. We cared for
them and surprisingly they had puppies, I don’t want the same for these puppies. Most of them are
already getting adopted, I really want to take him and give him a home."
"This dog means a lot to me. It is the puppy of a dog that was here my whole deployment and I have grown attached to this puppy. I would love to be able to bring it home. I have a home town vet and experience with dogs my whole life. Thanks for giving me this amazing opportunity."
"I am a Behavioral Health Officer in the Army National Guard. In a deployed environment, I counsel soldiers to help them through difficult situations. Once assigned to the post near Al Jubayl Industrial City and finding out there were two dogs on post, I was immediately taken to them. Every soldier who came in contact had an immediate moral boost. Often times, you would find soldiers looking for them in the evening. It gave you a sense of joy and feeling at home to have a furry friend around. After being here a couple of months, I started to notice that the female dog, Scraps, was getting rather plump and believed that she may be pregnant. I started monitoring her and ensuring that she was feed. Fast forward a little more, I walked into the bunker where Scraps hangs out during the day and sure enough, she was in the process of giving birth. Jubee was the sixth puppy she delivered. However, Jubee got stuck. I ended up having to intervene and help pull Jubee out. From there, momma dog took over. I have a special attachment to Jubee since I was directly involved in her delivery. On my last deployment, my dog passed away and I told myself when I got home from this one, I was going to rescue a dog. Who knew that my opportunity to rescue would come while in Saudi Arabia and with a story like no other. I cuddle Jubee everyday and have been very involved in taking care of Scraps and all 8 puppies. The name Jubee is a play on Al Jubayl Industrial City, an acknowledgement to her Saudi roots."
"My US Army unit was deployed to a remote location in the desert of Saudi Arabia where we met a number of feral dogs. One of whom we came to know as Mr. Pickles was generally bullied by the other dogs so we shooed the bullies away and took to feeding, providing shelter, and introduced our somewhat nervous buddy to belly rubs. He kept us company through long nights and slept through the heat of the day. He eventually came around with a lady friend and we decided that any friend of Pickles is a friend of ours. We were fairly thrilled to learn that Scraps and Mr. Pickles were having a litter so we gave momma the use of a bunker and helped her through the birthing process. We have been carefully combing a fleas from the healthy puppies, trying to keep them out of 115+ degree heat, and bathe them with soap and warm bottled water when they were old enough. Unfortunately, the Arabian Peninsula is a harsh place for dogs and I would like to bring the runt, Bean, home were he can be clean, cool, and well cared for. I think he would enjoy spending the summer on the porch with my wife and I, and winter under a pile of blankets. We have selected a veterinarian, are prepared to train and socialize a young puppy, will offer ample outdoor exercise, and can provide a safe, happy environment for Bean."
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"Remy was was born along with eight other little puppies, but one had died. Remy’s mother and father
have been at our little site since we’ve been out here and have been keeping us company and the morale
high. We noticed Scraps, the mama, starting to get real big and we knew puppies would be here soon. My Captain and I were there for most of the puppies’ births and fell in love with them instantly and we knew that if we didn’t ]nd them homes then once we left the site they would most likely die in the desert. Remy stole my heart particularly because of his two white long socks on his front paws and legs because he reminded me of Two Socks from the movie Dances With Wolves which was my grandmothers favorite movie to watch with me. He’s also just a very sweet little boy and just spending any small time with him makes me the happiest I’ve ever been out here in the desert. I want him to have a good home and life
with me back home and to spoil him with all the couch naps and treats and pure love."
"We come across many animals while working as a security contractor in Afghanistan, from dogs to cats, goats and hedgehogs, and everything in between. As an animal lover, I try to show compassion to the animals I encounter, as the environment is harsh and they have no one to care for them. The cat I wish to
adopt, Murphy, showed up on site randomly one day and I immediately became attached to him; he is the
friendliest cat I have ever met, and he greets the guard force every day when we show up for work. He keeps me company during the day and will often sleep on my lap. There are other cats around the area
that are Sercely territorial and aggressive towards Murphy; they have attacked him on occasion and he's too small to defend himself. I would love to be able to take him and a little piece of Afghanistan home
with me and take care of him back in the States with my family, where he will live a healthy and fulfilling life."
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goal to get the rescues on a charter flight out of Afghanistan and Iraq. Go to http://fnd.us/91fyL3?ref=sh_87F1b1 for more information. WE ARE AT 13% NOW!
These puppies were all rescued in 2019 by some of our finest serving on foreign soil. All the puppies are now stateside and living the life a dog deserves.
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