When Washington Called A Ceasefire Over A Dog

Even the American Revolutionary War needed a dog break.
When Washington Called A Ceasefire Over A Dog

In true American form, the Founding Father of the United States loved dogs. Read more about one time he crossed enemy lines in order to ensure one dog's safe return.

On October 8, 1777, Washington's Army had just suffered a loss at the Battle of Germantown. But they noticed a stowaway had joined their ranks. THE BA
The dog of the English General had wandered into the battlefield and followed the surrending soldiers back to the American camp. CRACKED.COM
When Washington won the war, he returned to his home, Mount Vernon. For a little while, he was able to fox hunt with his beloved hounds and breed what


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