War Torn Pups

Bucky was rescued by soldiers in Kuwait and they believe Bucky actually rescued them! The love and joy this little puppy brought to the crew members gives them a sense of comfort and home. In August, 2019, we brought Bucky to the United States for SPC Campbell, who is still deployed but will have his buddy Bucky to come home to!

Bucky was rescued by soldiers in Kuwait and they believe Bucky actually rescued them! The love and joy this little puppy brought to the crew members gives them a sense of comfort and home. In August, 2019, we brought Bucky to the United States for SPC Campbell, who is still deployed but will have his buddy Bucky to come home to!

Help bring them home

War Torn Pups provides financial support to reunite military personnel with the stray animals they found and bonded with while at war or in war zones - monies donated to this program helps with costs that includes vaccines, medical treatment, rescue liaison, transportation and more. While the financial investment is high, the relief, comfort and joy this program provides our soldiers is immeasurable. We love getting these precious dogs safely to the United States. The overseas horrors bestowed upon animals is atrocious. Leaving them behind is heartbreaking and devastating for our military members.

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How Can You Help!

Stories about the brave women, men, and dogs that serve our country are healthy reminders of the sacrifices some individual make for others.

And there are other brave dogs who put themselves in the line of fire to save our soldiers, or who give the gift of love and companionship to our war torn heroes.

These pups may not have the training, but they have the love and courage to emotionally, and sometimes physically, save our soldiers. Through this, they form intense and loyal bonds with humans. They become like family. Sadly though, it is incredibly difficult to keep these new found families together once a soldier returns home.

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HOW YOU CAN HELP!

“There is no greater connection between man and dog than in the midst of war.”

And help two lives!