Retired military dogs looking for forever home

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20 Jul 2020 | COMMUNITY

Retired military dogs looking for forever home

Dog handler Corporal First Class (CFC) Oliver Yeo hopes that a suitable family can give his retired canine companion a forever home. Meet Jack, one of the veterans up for adoption in the Military Working Dog Unit's annual adoption drive.

//Producer & Editor Koh Eng Beng


If you're interested in making Jack or his comrades a part of your family, visit for more details! This year's adoption drive runs from 20 Jul to 14 Aug. The unit will continue to take full care of any retired dogs who are not adopted.

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