Dogs are typically thought of as man’s furry best friend, serving as loyal, loving, and helpful companions.
For military dogs, life is much more demanding as they risk their lives to protect American troops, resulting in a number of health issues for the animals.
Join the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Office of Collections and Archives to witness the psychological effects of war on military dogs in its airing of “Dogs of War: The Fight Back Home” Wednesday, April 26.
The film screening will take place from noon until 1:15 p.m. in Ottenheimer Library Room 535.
“As we know, students are feeling pressured due to upcoming finals, so Collections and Archives wanted to give our students a break with an interesting movie,” said Kaye Lundgren, archival assistant.
Lundgren will lead a discussion following the film.
For more information, contact Lundgren at firstname.lastname@example.org.