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wardog

(ˈwɔːˌdɒɡ)
n
1. (Military) a devoted or aggressive warrior
2. (Animals) a dog used in war
3. (Military) a dog used in war
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Woola had fought with me through the battle of the previous day, true to the instincts and training of a Martian war dog, great numbers of which are often to be found with the savage green hordes of the dead sea bottoms.
Black alsatian Jet was awarded the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross for his work in helping British forces as a war dog.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for the great article on Smoky ["Smoky the War Dog," by Peter Jedick, August 2008].
The trio then moved to the War Dog Reception and Training Center at San Carlos, California.
After sailing through training and an initial tour of duty as a guard dog in Africa, Rob - officially listed as War Dog No.
So the Cables pack up the wagon and travel back to the Arizona Territory to reclaim their ranch, but the political and philosophical forces of the war dog them all the way, threatening the family and peace in the community in which they live.
The main character of the heartwarming film is a former war dog who returns to the United States and is adopted by his handler's family.
The Army were so impressed with the Airedales' intelligence and tenacity that they opened a war dog school in Shoeburyness in Essex.
Starting in 1942, the Quartermaster Corps maintained the War Dog Program (the K-9 Corps, unofficially).
Caesar the war dog: Operation pink elephant, the third instalment in this series by Stephen Dando-Collins, is an action-packed novel for young readers which features the lovable and heroic chocolate Labrador war dog, Caesar.