America's Favorite Hero Dog

February 2016
Storyworks;Feb/Mar2016, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p2
The article offers information on Stubby, a terrier dog who helped American soldiers in battles against Germany in World War I. Topics discussed include the role of dogs like Stubby in delivering messages, comforting soldiers and doing guard duty, and the medals received by Stubby for his valor. Also mentioned is his death in 1926.


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