Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Veteran's Day


Today we Honor those who Serve, or have Served, in our Military.

WWII 'girls' with their Airedales.  These Airedales were used in WWII as sentry (guard) dogs.

Airedale Private Winston WWII

Airedales would also seek out the wounded and send help.

Thank you all Veterans...


4 leggers


2 leggers

From the Bottom of Our Hearts.  



  1. we say thank you to all the brave people and pets who helped to make this world to a peaceful place...

  2. I did not know any of this about the Airedales in the World War II. It makes me feel so good to see these pictures and I say thank you to all the animals and to the people who were in all of the wars. Thank you for your service soldiers and animals

  3. We thank all of the men, women and canines for their service.

  4. We never knew their were Airedales in service during WW II. We thank everyone who has served our country in the military.

  5. That's a great post. So interesting. I shall feel a bit less annoyed now, next time someone asks if I'm an Airedale. (Which happens on a regular basis).
    Toodle pip!

  6. Great post, Miss Ruby. You always do a great job.

    Have a woof woof day, Miss Ruby. My best to your mom. ♥

  7. Wow! We didn't know about the Airedales in WW II. Amazing! Yesterday there was a special celebration for the veterans who live at the nursing home where my GW works.

  8. We join you in thanking, honoring, and remembering all of the veterans too, Ruby. Thanks for telling us about those brave Airedales.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  9. It's only right to honor ALL who've served!

  10. We echo your love and appreciation for the veterans with 2 feet as well as 4 feet!#USA

    Love and licks,

  11. Wow, had no idea Airedales played such an impawtant role during WWII. Well done, Ruby and relatives!

  12. Oh Ruby I did not know about the Airedales....I did however know that you are brave, a true friend,
    smart and beautiful...obviously that you share their DNAS
    Hugs cecilia

  13. All the enemy had to do was carry a lot of treats

  14. Had no idea about how your kinsfolk served in the war. We can just see in in our minds someone standing to the right of the picture holding treats so they would all look that direction!

  15. I didn't know that, Ruby. Kismet just made me laugh! Yes, treats must have been a mighty weapon!

  16. I can see where Airedales would be awesome sentries. We had one come watch us bike by it’s house the other day. Dang! Y’all are y’all! BOL!


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