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Beyond the Call of Duty: Heart-warming Stories of Canine Devotion and Bravery

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A second collection of incredible and heart-warming canine stories from around the world, from the bestselling author of The Dog That Saved My Life.

Animals have accompanied man into battle since war first waged. Since those times, many stories have been told of the bears, camels, cats, dolphins, monkeys, mules, rats and other creatures that have served with the Armed Force

Paperback, 304 pages
Published (first published October 22nd 2010)
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It took me a while to finish this, I gave up and came back to it as a few of the stories were a bit slow and the numerous spelling mistakes were annoying me! But I'm a huge dog lover and the stories were good; the dogs definitely make up for the writing!
Great dogs. Wish the writing was as good. Bit like reading someones first draft university assignment- especially the first story. Revisions and editors are great things.
There's not many books I can't get into and finish but I am afraid this is one of them.
Really enjoyed this.

I'd already read full length books about Treo and Antis, (both books were awesome), so was more interested in the stories of Smoky, Stubby and Tangye. Fascinated by the tales of bravery shown especially by Stubby and Smoky. Hadn't realised there were any dogs in the trenches of WW1.
Jun 24, 2011 Louise marked it as gave-up  ·  review of another edition
No dogs commandeering tanks. Realistically I'm not going to finish this!
Savina King
wonderful book,a must read.
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