Dogs of war

War dogs perform a wide variety of tasks during their service, although most of them have their own specialization.

For example, guard dogs are trained to warn their masters of danger by growling or barking. They are particularly effective in situations where the forces are in an unlit place. Watchdogs are assigned to work in airports, factories, and supply areas.

The heroic Belgian Malinois mentioned above belongs to the category of scouts or patrol dogs. While these military dogs also perform guardrail functions, they are trained to work silently as they track enemy snipers during ambushes.

Not all dog breeds are fit to be trained as scouts, as they must be particularly intelligent and quiet to perform these functions.

These military dogs are really incredible.