Two hero Army dogs due to be put down ‘have been saved’

Lance Corporal Kelly Wolstencroft with Belgian shepherd, Kevin (Picture: British Army)

The lives of two hero Army dogs who were due to be put down next week ‘have been saved’, it has been reported.

Sky News defence correspondent Alistair Bunkall said earlier this afternoon the futures of Belgian shepherds Kevin and Dazz ‘will be safe’.

The Simpsons should probably just kill off Apu now

The pair worked with troops to find explosives in Helmand Province and retired four years ago, but were going to be euthanised next week if they could not be re-homed.

But now, according to Mr Bunkall, their futures are safe… Read the full story

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