Sergeant Stubby was the most decorated war dog of World War I, and the only one to be promoted to sergeant in the field after he successfully located and captured a German spy.

This Brave, Stubby-Tailed Pit Bull Was America's First War Dog

Sergeant Stubby was the most decorated war dog of World War I, and the only one to be promoted to sergeant in the field after he successfully located and captured a German spy.

Sergeant Stubby-the most decorated dog in military history. He also happens to be a Pit Bull....the dog the media has stripped of all truths

Sergeant Stubby-the most decorated dog in military history. He also happens to be a Pit Bull....the dog the media has stripped of all truths

A Hero’s Nature - Sergeant Stubby was an American hero, demonstrating the true characteristics of pit bull-type dogs

A Hero’s Nature - Sergeant Stubby was an American hero, demonstrating the true characteristics of pit bull-type dogs

the most decorated war dog of World War I and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat.

the most decorated war dog of World War I and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat.

Sergeant Stubby - Most decorated Dog of World War I

Sergeant Stubby - Most decorated Dog of World War I

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This Brave, Stubby-Tailed Pit Bull Was America's First War Dog

Repinning Sergeant Stubby because he is the best. "The most decorated war dog of WWI and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat...After being gassed himself, Stubby learned to warn his unit of poison gas attacks, located wounded soldiers in no man's land, and — since he could hear the whine of incoming artillery shells before humans could — became very adept at letting his unit know when to duck for cover. He was solely responsible for capturing a German spy in the Argonne."

This Brave, Stubby-Tailed Pit Bull Was America's First War Dog

Repinning Sergeant Stubby because he is the best. "The most decorated war dog of WWI and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat...After being gassed himself, Stubby learned to warn his unit of poison gas attacks, located wounded soldiers in no man's land, and — since he could hear the whine of incoming artillery shells before humans could — became very adept at letting his unit know when to duck for cover. He was solely responsible for capturing a German spy in the Argonne."

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