Soldier Nervously Waits For The Dog He Served With To Get Off The Plane

One retired military dog gained her second chance at life with her former handler after she was put up for adoption – and it was all thanks to a flight attendant named Molli Oliver.

Taylor was a dog who served several tours in Afghanistan. Her mission was simple: to protect Sgt. Tom Hanson and his fellow soldiers. This good girl was so good at her job, that the Taliban actually ended up placing a bounty on her head!

After Taylor was retired from active duty with the military, she was in need of a good home. While there are many handlers who would like to adopt their former canine comrades, the adoption process can be extremely expensive – making the hope of a reunion very slim.

When Molli learned about this, she decided she needed to do something to help. While Molli works as a flight attendant, she stated that her real passion was helping military personnel to reunite with their former military dogs. As a result, Molli not only arranges for dogs to be flown to where they need to go, but also pays for their travel – what an extremely kind person!

Molli managed to help Sgt. Hanson reunite with his former partner Taylor, and in the video below, you’ll see just how emotional the reunion was:

We love a good reunion that makes us cry!

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