When this Vietnam War vet was admitted to hospice care with limited time left to live, he only had one wish — to see his dog one final time.

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20 thoughts on “A Vietnam War vet and his dog have an unbreakable bond

  1. Make sure when the gentleman passes that the dog will be there to understand why he can't be with his master anymore. Animals know the smell of death they will understand.

  2. Geez they could’ve left him with him til he went Home.
    He got “a whole day” with him. Good gosh…that is sad. When he’s cared for that little dog his whole life- it wouldn’t have hurt for him to hold onto him til he passed.

  3. Look america another story about a white person ….never about a mexican person or chineese, raices broadcast ..for reals ..

  4. 🇺🇸 God bless you both, I know that you will be back together again in heaven. I also wish to thank you sir for your service. Semper Fi 🇺🇸

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