Military dogs put down for bad behaviour
Armed Forces dogs are being put down because they are "failing to maintain standards", including good behaviour.
Figures released by the Ministry of Defence show that nearly 40 military working dogs were euthanised in the 10 months between March and December last year. Six were destroyed because they did not meet the standards required by the military.
Tim Farron, the former Liberal Democrat leader, criticised the practice as "cruel", saying more must be done to re-home former servic...