Baghdad Stray Dogs Cared for by U.S. Soldier Are Brought Home to His Family in Michigan After His Death

From Iraq to Michigan: Soldier’s Dogs in Iraq Get a New Home in the U.S.

U.S. Army Sgt. Peter Neesley died suddenly and mysteriously on Christmas Day while serving in Iraq. Before he died in his sleep in Iraq (non-combat), he told his family he wanted to bring home two stray dogs (“Mama” and “Boris”) he found and cared for in Baghdad.

Photobucket album for Sergeant Peter Neesley … where Peter Neesley’s family gave special thanks to Rich Crook from Best Friends Animal Society (the man who volunteered to go to Baghdad to get the dogs), Gryphon Airlines, Levin and office, TMG and the Soldiers in Iraq.

Caring for the dogs is the best tribute to Peter Neesley.

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