Soldiers comfort puppy in Afghanistan

KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN - FEBRUARY 25: SGT Kevin Ingram from Wheeling, West Virginia with the U.S. Army's 4th squadron 2d Cavalry Regiment comforts a puppy that had its ears cut off while visiting an Afghan National Police (ANP) outpost that was once home to Osama Bin Laden during a patrol on February 25, 2014 near Kandahar, Afghanistan. Ears are often removed from puppies to prepare them to become fighting dogs.  Fourth squadron 2d Cavalry Regiment is responsible for defending Kandahar Airfield against rocket attacks from insurgents.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN – FEBRUARY 25: SGT Kevin Ingram from Wheeling, West Virginia with the U.S. Army’s 4th squadron 2d Cavalry Regiment comforts a puppy that had its ears cut off while visiting an Afghan National Police (ANP) outpost that was once home to Osama Bin Laden during a patrol on February 25, 2014 near Kandahar, Afghanistan. Ears are often removed from puppies to prepare them to become fighting dogs. Fourth squadron 2d Cavalry Regiment is responsible for defending Kandahar Airfield against rocket attacks from insurgents. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images

SGT Kelly Carmody from Fayetteville, North Carolina with the U.S. Army’s 4th squadron 2d Cavalry Regiment. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

12 thoughts on “Soldiers comfort puppy in Afghanistan

  1. Thats my nephew and we are Proud of him! He loves animals and it doesn’t surprise me to see this ! He’s got a heart of Gold.

  2. Yes, Contact Puppy Rescue Mission! Supporters pay the cost for transport, and can get that puppy to the US to have the chance they deserve!!

  3. We should not be protecting people who would do such cruel things to a puppy. These people have such a violent history and they will remain violent long after we leave. It shows what different values Americans have. Way to Go SGT.Carmody, well done!

  4. God Bless you for your service to our country and also for saving that precious puppy. May God bring you and the puppy back to Wheeling safe and sound!

  5. Get that dog shipped I will give him a home , nice to see that poor puppy brought a smile to that soldiers face , hugs to them both

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