Students in Nottingham are doing their bit for abandoned and mistreated dogs in war-torn Afghanistan by designing a charity collection box……
A FORMER Royal Marine from Dovercourt is being honoured for his work to help the dogs of war.
Paul ‘Pen’ Farthing, 40, set up the charity Nowzad Dogs after seeing the plight of abandoned and mistreated dogs while serving in Afghanistan…..
A stray puppy is enjoying a new life in the UK after being rescued from Afghanistan by a British soldier.
Cpl Ashley Phillips, 22, of the Royal Army Medical Corps, fell in love with Smudge at his base in Helmand province in September 2008…..
PEN Farthing and his troop of Royal Marines were sent to serve in southern Afghanistan.
Amid the chaos of war against the Taliban, he not only finds himself battling to keep the locals, his men and himself safe but is also confronted with the unexpected and heartbreaking situation of abandoned, brutalised, terrified and starving dogs invading the compound in search of food scraps and shelter to survive….
A dog who was rescued from war-torn Iraq by a Black Country security worker has been found a new home.
Bandit spent six months in quarantine after being sent over to England by a 36-year-old Wednesbury woman, Louise Hastie……
ERGEANT Paul ‘Pen’ Farthing will give a talk in Paignton about the life-changing events which led him to rescue endangered dogs from war-torn Afghanistan.
The marine of 42 Commando found a number of cross-breeds begging for food in Helmand Province, so he and his fellow troops took them in…….