Dogs really do deserve their title of ‘man’s best friend.’ They’re loyal, intelligent, devoted and affectionate – and are known to improve our physical and mental health. If you’re a dog owner, you probably already know just how awesome dogs are. They fill your life with love, loyalty, fur and plenty to smile about.
Nothing can match the devotion and loyalty of a dog… he will be there for you no matter what, and will not think twice about giving is life to protect you.
But,some dogs are more than special because of their bravery and ferociousness. You can all agre that a dog who rips out the throat of a jihadi in Syria a la Patrick Swayze in “Road House” and subdue at least three gun-wielding terrorists is more than special.
Via U.K. Daily Sun: ” The six-man team had taken along a Belgian Malinois, a breed of sheepdog known for its strength and bravery.
As the patrol entered the village they left their vehicles and were attacked from all sides by waiting terrorists.
The SAS men returned fire but the jihadis began closing in and tried to outflank them.
One source said: “The SAS found themselves in a 360-degree ambush.
“The initiative was with the terrorists and the only hope for the British was to try and make a run for it.
“The handler removed the dog’s muzzle and directed him into a building from where they were coming under fire.
“They could hear screaming and shouting before the firing from the house stopped.
When the team entered the building they saw the dog standing over a dead gunman.
“His throat had been torn out and he had bled to death. There was also a lump of human flesh in one corner and a series of blood trails leading out of the back of the building.
“The dog was virtually uninjured. The SAS were able to consolidate their defensive position and eventually break away from the battle without taking any casualties.”
The SAS commander is understood to have reported that their escape from the ambush was directly due to the dog’s bravery.
The patrol returned to the village several days later and met local elders who told them several of their young men had been tortured into providing details of the planned meeting.
Our source said: “The team listened to the villagers’ explanations about the ambush and accepted them.
“They have since been welcomed back many times and have trained a small militia who are now capable of defending the village.”
Well, I love a great story with a happy ending! Protecting those who need protection and killing those who want to kill others. Way to go! Give him extra treats for the rest of his life and all the belly rubs he wants!
God bless the SAS and their Canine friend.
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