Of course, in our history there are far more brave animals. But here are some of them.
What’s even more remarkable about this pup is that the was allowed to join soldiers on the front line, eventually serving in 17 battles. He had a keen knack for locating his wounded comrades, warning about an enemy gas strike, and even attacking a German soldier attempting to map out the layout of Allied trenches. This pup was rightfully promoted to Sergeant Stubby and became a lifetime member of the American Legion, won the gold hero dog’s medal, and later became one of Georgetown University’s earliest mascots.