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Based on CNN National Security Producer Jennifer Rizzos article When a dog isnt a dog Dogs that serve in the military should be categorized as soldiers rather than equipment These dogs truly are life savers These dogs do way too much to be considered equipment They deserve the same respectThese dogs would have their life taken over the soldiers any day of the year What the some dont realize is that the war dogs is risking its own life while saving their comrades life Debbie Kandoll founder of Military Working Dog Adoptions says the average war dog saves 150 soldiers lives during its service10 There are more than 2000 dogs serving today thats at least 300000 lives that have been saved or will be saved from these pieces of equipment just in Iraq alone One account that was witnessed of a war dog putting their life before a soldiers was when a insurgent rocket attack badly injured Cpl Dustin Lee while he was on patrol his shrapnel impaired partner Lex picked himself up to lie over Lee - an effort to protect him wrote Jennifer Rizzo1 Lee was the handler of a war dog named Lex Lex was a prime example of what many war dogs have done in effort to save so many soldiers livesThese dogs do far too much to be considered equipment These war dogs are used in all different sorts procedures in drug and explosion detection and even on specialized missions For example war dogs were even used on on the Navy Seal raid that took down Osama Bin Laden just last year and A War Dog helped catch one of the biggest criminals in the history of the United States that placed a huge threat of danger upon the US But yet we still classify the comrade that helped catch him as a piece of equipment This just simply isnt okay Also the camaraderie that is built between the soldiers
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