A Marine Sergeant is reunited with a yellow lab.
Even in war-torn areas, inseparable bonds can be formed.
A Marine Sergeant from Wisconsin was recently reunited with a female yellow lab. The pair met in Afghanistan where 25-year-old Ross Gundlach was working as a dog handler.
After he left active duty, Gundlach began trying to adopt the 4-year-old pooch named Casey.
He learned that Casey had been sent to Iowa State Fire Marshal’s Office to detect explosives. Gunlach sent a letter to Ray Reynolds who serves as the State Fire Marshal Director and asked to adopt Casey.
After some time, Reynolds lured Gundlach to Des Moines, by telling him that he needed to plead his case to an oversight committee. When he arrived, the Marine Sergeant sat in a room with hundreds of officers and military workers.
To his surprise, Casey was brought out for a tearful reunion.