Eglin Air Force Base – home to more than 2,000 families –operates like a city. Medical care, shopping, a day care center and more are available within the base’s borders.
But not all of its residents are of the two-legged variety.
The base includes a full-service veterinary clinic for the military working dogs living on site.
While she can only say the base is has “more than one” military working dog, Capt. Ashley Hydrick, officer in charge of Eglin Veterinary Treatment Facility, and her staff make sure the military dogs receive top-notch care.
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