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Named after Sergeant Stubby (1916 – March 16, 1926) who was the official mascot of the 102nd US Infantry Regiment in the First World War. He saved his regiment from mustard attacks, found and comforted the wounded.
Named after the mixed breed dog Tich DM. She was awarded the Dickin Medal in 1949 for her actions during the Second World War as a mascot to the Kings Rifle Corps.
Retriever puppy Lyn was named in memory of Lyn Turner, she’s full of fun and on her way to becoming a fully trained BRAVEHOUND
Max is a spaniel who was donated to BRAVEHOUND and is a total joy!
A gorgeous black Labrador.
Bob’s namesake was awarded the Dickin Medal “For constant devotion to duty with special mention of Patrol work at Green Hill, North Africa, while serving with the 6th Battalion Queens Own Royal West Kent Regt.”
The PDSA Dickin Medal was instituted in 1943 in the United Kingdom by Maria Dickin to honour the work of animals in World War. It is a bronze medallion, bearing the words “For Gallantry” and “We Also Serve” within a laurel wreath, carried on a ribbon of striped green, dark brown, and pale blue. It is awarded to animals that have displayed “conspicuous gallantry or devotion to duty while serving or associated with any branch of the Armed Forces or Civil Defence Units”. The award is commonly referred to as “the animals’ Victoria Cross”.
The first recipients of the award, in December 1943, were three pigeons, serving with the Royal Air Force, all of whom contributed to the recovery of air crew from ditched aircraft during the Second World War. The most recent animal to be cited for the honour is Reckless, a horse who was injured while serving with the United States Marine Corps in the Korean War. As of April 2016, the Dickin Medal has been awarded 67 times, with Diesel’s presentation to take place later in the year.
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