Fallen Soldier’s Family Finds His Puppy In Iraq – Then Something AMAZING happened!

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This dog belonged to fallen army specialist Justin Rollins who was killed serving his country in Iraq.  ABC news ran a story about Justin in which they showed a photo of him holding a little pup the night before he was killed.  This inspired his parents to ask the army to help them find the dog and bring it home to them.  As fate would have it, the army was able to find the dog and bring it to Justin’s family in New Hampshire.  Now they have the dog that brought Justin so much happiness.


ABC news sent a camera crew over to interview the family and take some video of the dog and what happened next was simply amazing… whether you believe what they feel happened in the video it or not it brought so much comfort to his family. Check out video on the next page to see for yourself.



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38 Responses to “Fallen Soldier’s Family Finds His Puppy In Iraq – Then Something AMAZING happened!”

  1. BY THE WAY, MY DOGS MARKINGS CHANGED A LOT AS SHE MATURED!! AND IT IS THE SAME DOG!! I HAVE LOOKED AND LOOKED, AND I DO NOT SEE WHERE JUSTIN IS HOLDING A DIFFERENT PUPPY. THE YOUNG SOLDIER NEXT TO HIM WAS!!

  2. He held several different puppies.One of the puppies he held on one of the photos, is exactly the same as his dog. Watch carefully before making wrong conclusions. As far as a beam of light , this happens all the time with the sun shining behind the trees and the camera rolling. But if the parents felt it was their son sending them a message I believe it is possible. Anyone who lost a parent, or a son ,or a daughter most likely had something similar happening to them at one point or another. I believe it,it happened to me too, it is 100% true for this family.

  3. A very profound event here, this must hold great relevance to Justin’s family. He must have been a really good person and dogs can sense this trust. This has renewed my faith in the future of mankind and the loving relationships that most of us share.