A stray puppy knocks on the door of a naval base and meets his dream owner

Griffon was only 6 months old and yet he only knew the life of a stray dog. However, he knew how to provoke luck by going to an overseas military camp. A soldier literally fell under his spell and wanted to give him the home he deserved.

A United States Navy commander once made a startling discovery at the overseas naval base he was occupying during his mission.

An adorable 6-month-old puppy was wandering around and crying out for attention. The man immediately knew that the unfortunate man had very little chance of surviving in this dangerous environment.

So he took her in his arms, and a real bond was instantly created between them. The commander then remembered the motto of his unit: “Those who arrive alive, leave alive”.

The Good Samaritan therefore took the baby he named Griffon under his wing and pampered him within the base. And it was becoming increasingly clear that the duo were inseparable.

“The little Griffon has become a family. He is a bright spot in the dark days of all who meet him,” the benefactor told The Dodo.

As for Griffon, he flourished thanks to the affection and care provided by the soldiers.

The commander, who will soon end his mission abroad, wished more than anyone to be able to adopt him officially. He therefore appealed to the non-profit organization Paws of War, which works daily to ensure that animals saved on the battlefield can enjoy a happy future in the United States.

After vaccinating and identifying the pup, completing the paperwork and then arranging for the plane transfer to the state of Maryland, the association announced that Griffon would be in his forever home shortly.

The commander’s wife and children will welcome the new addition to the family and take care of him until the long-awaited return of their last member.

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