There’s a void in the office at Dewitt Marine.
Remmy, the affectionate, tennis ball-loving Dutch Shepherd, often joined his owner Doug Davis at work for the more than four years they were together.
“He was quite a dog,” Davis said. “Anybody that met him never forgot him.”
Remmy died just before Christmas 2015, and it’s still tough for Davis to talk about his companion. The 14-year-old wasn’t a typical housepet. He was a retired patrol explosive detection dog credited with saving dozens of lives in Afghanistan, and the third in a line of service dogs Davis grew to love. Click here for more on the story.