Angie and Vidar had been best friends in Afghanistan, going running together and playing in the desert. Plus, Vidar saved her life by sniffing out a cache of Taliban weapons. Sh knew it was now her turn to save his life. Angie had this to say: “I had to find him after he had been such a hero in Afghanistan…It broke my heart that after working so hard he had started to get scared. Really cute Labradors and Springer Spaniels get re-homed easily, but because he’s such a big dog I was worried no-one would want him….”
She was able to track Vidar to a training facility in Germany. She contacted them and made arrangements to bring her hero back to her home in South Wales. Now, he is healing from his tours of duty with his best friend.
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