Heartwarming Bond between Military Dog and His Handler

07 Aug 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

Whether you believe it or not, there is always a special between you and your dog. Dogs never judge and love you unconditionally without asking anything in return. Treo, the dog who was perfectionist in his job, which was to look for explosives in Afghanistan, served for Britain’s Royal Army Veterinary Corps. Sergeant Dave Heyhoe was Treo’s handler and of course his best friend. The bond was so strong between the two that the pooch who was a short tempered mutt went on becoming a dog who is purist in his work. He earned the highest reward for himself, the Dickin Medal by serving his handler with all the love and compassion. Treo took his last breathe in October 2015. And Dave did all he could to pay the best tribute to his bud.


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Dave misses his best bud Treo a lot. To honor him and showcase his permanent love for Treo, Dave got a tattoo done on his arm which says:


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Treo lived an adventurous life of 14 years and not one did he let down Sergeant Dave HeyHoe. This cute yet cranky Labrador made it to the top as soon as he was adopted by the Royal Army Veterinary Corps. Sergeant Dave did every bit to make him the best one around. The pooch was first in Northern Ireland, where Dave met him for the first time. After his scrupulous duty in Afghanistan, he bid good bye in October 2015.


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May Treo’s soul rest in peace. We need more heroes like him and people like Dave would never take a step back in honoring such heroes.

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