In spring 2010, the Royal Army  Veterinary Corps, which has officially employed canines since 1942, established  the 1st Military Working  Dog Regiment, a new unit that consists of  “284 soldiers and officers and about 200 military working dogs.” These teams  have supported operations in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Iraq,  Kosovo, and Northern Ireland, according to the British military.


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