Military working dogs are often the first line of defense when it comes to securing areas and detecting dangerous items, like weapons and illegal drugs. They are used on patrol, as sentries and trackers, and for special missions for the military and other government agencies. Many consider them Veterans in their own right. In March, it’s time to honor their courage and the contribution these specially trained canines make to our military. Adapt this infographic into one of our many outreach formats for your community. To learn more, contact us. For more military-related topics ranging from family support and benefits to spiritual resilience, browse the QuickSeries® library of guides, including VA Post-9/11 GI Bill and Resilience in Action.