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Gabe the Hero Dog

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Korra4now Peace

on 11 October 2012

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Transcript of Gabe the Hero Dog

Gabe's Humble Beginnings Gabe in Action Gabe Receiving Awards Gabe is selected as the American Kennel Club Heroic Military Working Dog in 2008. Gabe is now running for the 2012 Hallmark Hero Dog Awards. After a long day of work, Gabe gets a good belly rub from Charles. Gabe patrolling on duty. Gabe re hydrates before going back to work. Gabe sniffs for traps. In 2006-2007 Gabe found 26 traps. This is the most of any other dog that year. Gabe was in the shelter getting ready to be put down. Gabe was assessed and then trained to be a military dog with 1st Class Sergeant Charles Shuck. Fortunately, Gabe was
rescued by the Southeast Texas Labrador Retriever Rescue group. F r His bravery. Charles and Gabe are part of the United States War Dog Association. Gabe The War Dog Gabe was adopted by Charles, and is now retired and resting in the comfort of his own home in South Carolina as a United States veteran. Charles Shuck is still in the army. Gabe even got to fly first class
to the Dodgers Stadium in
San Francisco, California. Once he got to the Dodgers
Stadium, he and Charles got to throw the first pitch of the game. Gabe is not just a dog, a soldier, or a pet; he is a hero who saved many lives.Through his actions we see just how great it is to try your best in everything you do. We recently found out that because of Gabe's bravery and actions in the military he won the 2012 Hallmark Hero Dog Awards. Congratulations Gabe! Gabe even got to fly first class
to the Dodgers Stadium in
San Francisco, California. Gabe now visits children, and encourages them to stay in school, be a good steward of animals, and the importance of military dogs.
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