Michigan War Dog Memorial Is Not Opposed To Allowing Interment Of K-9 Veterans

Join us for K-9 Veterans' Day on March 9.

The Michigan War Dog Memorial may not be as impressive or magnificent in appearance or style as The Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly, but it is not opposed to allowing interment of such dogs as Customs Dogs, Search and Rescue Dogs, Border Patrol Dogs, Police Dogs, Secret Service Dogs and many more will be included with the Military Working Dogs as they help protect and serve our country. The only stipulation we have is that due to size of the property we ask that the dogs be cremated. The only cost associated for this service is for the headstone if the owner requests one.

We will have our first burial for MWD "Buddy" (E-154) scheduled, with full honors, at the end of March 2013.

Join Us as the Michigan War Dog Memorial 

Honors our Nation's K-9s that Serve and Protect Us

When: Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 11:00 AM 

Where: Eleven Mile and Milford RoadLyon Twp. 

All events are free and open to the public.

For further information please visit our Web Page at:


or contact:

Phil Weitlauf -pweitlauf@gmx.com
Director - US Army Veteran

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