The Pentagon is being advised to do more to help its furriest heroes. A report from the Defense Department's Inspector General criticizes the Pentagon's treatment of bomb sniffing Army dogs. It found a mismanaged plan to handle the dogs once they finished their service. Some were put in a kennel for nearly a year and didn't receive proper care and attention. Some had to be put down while little care was put into the process of finding people to adopt them. The report urges the Pentagon to review and revise the regulations concerning the bomb-sniffing dogs and make sure those regulations are followed.
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