Army soldiers all came to commemorate K9 hero by unfurling him in an American flag this is a touching and important scene to see
Bodza, a German Shepherd of 11 years, lived a relatively and significant life, but also his raiders will never lose sight of the fact him. He worked as an explosives recognition dog in the Usaf, helping combatants in Iraq, Kyrgyzstan, and Kuwait.
The dedicated dog put his life in danger several times to guarantee the security of American soldiers. And his unwavering endeavours will be remembered.
Because once he died of his illness, he was given a hero’s send-off!
Bozda had a special bond with one of the soldiers. His given name is Alex Smith. They’ve been working together since 2012. Following a security deployment in Kyrgyzstan, they became close friends.
“I liked working with him if he emphasized the importance – compassion as a true freshman manager and how to understand that this career path isn’t just about eachother,” Source tells The Dodo.
“Bodza was a sweet and nice”. “We had farm buildings right next to our conformity yard, and no adherence could be done while [the horses] seemed to be out.” He was constantly running the wire fence.”
Regretfully, in 2016, the brave dog was successfully treated with a truly horrible spine condition. “His back legs limbs stopped working, and he couldn’t even walk, nor to walk,”
He clarified. “He couldn’t deal with the pressure on his stomach, then using the restroom was a daily thing.”