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This American Hero Understands That Dogs Make Everything Better

Christopher Baity always wanted to work with animals. His parents bred and trained dogs when he was growing up. He thought maybe he’d become a veterinarian. But eventually, Baity found his niche as a dog handler for the U.S. Marine Corps. He worked with drug dogs and bomb dogs during deployments to Japan, Iraq and Afghanistan in the early 2000s. When he came home in 2009, Baity said he couldn’t imagine finding different work.
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