German Shepherd Wounded in Ukraine War Gets New Start as Police Dog

From an AP story by Justin Spike headlined “German shepherd wounded in Ukraine gets new start as Hungarian police dog”:

After a rocket attack in eastern Ukraine, half of Rambo’s face was mangled and bloody. Shrapnel had ravaged the right side of his head, and it was uncertain if he would survive.

The 3-year-old German shepherd, who had accompanied Ukrainian soldiers on the front lines of the war, underwent emergency surgery that saved his life. Now, Rambo is training with the Budapest police department in neighboring Hungary and serving as a reminder that dogs — and people — with disabilities can do great things.