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NewsIndian Army's K-9 Warrior Meru Retires After Nine Years of Service

Indian Army’s K-9 Warrior Meru Retires After Nine Years of Service

The Ministry of Defence has recently permitted retired service dogs to travel in AC first class with their handlers, and Meru made his journey in this newly granted privilege.

Meru, the celebrated K-9 warrior from the 22 Army Dog Unit, has retired after nine years of distinguished service. Renowned for his exceptional skills as an explosives detector and trail hunter, Meru has been an invaluable asset to the Indian Army.

In a fitting tribute to his service, Meru will spend his retirement at the Dogs Retirement Home at the Remount and Veterinary Corps (RVC) Center in Meerut. The Ministry of Defence has recently permitted retired service dogs to travel in AC first class with their handlers, and Meru made his journey in this newly granted privilege.

Canine warriors like Meru serve as force multipliers in various operations, showcasing their bravery and dedication. As Meru embarks on his well-earned retirement, the nation salutes his unwavering commitment and contributions to national security.

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