Welcome to the Battle Dogs Blog where we keep you up to date on our endeavours in Afghanistan and follow the journeys of our four legged friends from Kabul to their forever homes.
A few years ago, Smithsonian.com posted an article about PTSD.
In 2006 Royal Marines arrived in the war torn town of Nowzad, Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Their mission; provide stability for the local people during a period of ever decreasing security.
Shooting in a war zone isn’t for the faint hearted. Kabul can be a dangerous place. It’s not just enemy fire but hidden bombs, military targets…
During the early post-Taliban years, the town of Nowzad was thriving, with a well visited bazaar and the possibility of a school to be built by the United Nations.
2013, LIFE changed dramatically for Tiverton woman
Pen Farthing top ten finalists for the CNN 2014 Hero award.
The Nowzad Veterinary Clinic is the only facility in Afghanistan.