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Canine SEAL wins hearts and minds, worldwide | TC Palm

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On a recent Saturday at the National Navy SEAL Museum in Fort Pierce, an enthusiastic crowd witnessed a demonstration of power and precision by the elite, highly-trained, four-legged members of the SEAL teams.

The Frogman Foundry program is a monthly event for young people ages 10 to 15, which periodically showcases SEAL canine capabilities in action.

Hera and Hoplon, eight-month-old puppy Finn, and the Museum mascot Raven put on a show for the capacity crowd, who were gasping and cheering as these canine SEAL warriors responded to every challenge put to them by their handlers.

Raven took the lead. The three-year-old Belgian Malinois has become one of Vero Beach’s most famous residents. His talents have brought him international celebrity with a large following on Instagram (raven_mpc).

Source: Canine SEAL wins hearts and minds, worldwide | TC Palm

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