Belgian malinois Kevin and Dazz were reportedly due to be put down this week because they couldn’t be re-homed.
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson called the dogs’ handlers into the MOD for a meeting on Monday morning, after reports appeared in various media outlets over the weekend.
It is understood that he assured them everything possible would be done to find a home for the dogs.
There was considerable public pressure on Mr Williamson to deliver the reprieve after a petition started by SAS soldier Andy McNab received almost 400,000 signatures.
He wrote on the petition that service dogs had saved his life “on numerous occasions”.
“We have a duty to save them,” he said. “In Afghanistan when I was on a patrol the dogs found an IED in front of us, I was number three in line, I was very, very lucky to survive.
“They additionally spared incalculable lives when I was in the Special Air Service sniffing out explosives.”
Moderate MP and Foreign Office serve Sir Alan Duncan additionally kept in touch with the Defense Secretary requesting answers.
“These are legend canines who have battled bravely nearby our officers. Give us now a chance to be the ones to battle for them and allow them to live glad lives where they can flourish. It is the slightest they merit,” he disclosed to The Daily Telegraph.
The canines are at present being held at the Defense Animal Center close Melton Mowbray, in Sir Alan’s body electorate.
“Obviously, it is of extraordinary significance that every single military canine must be legitimately evaluated to guarantee they don’t represent a risk to regular folks, however just in conditions where such peril has been appropriately demonstrated should they be put down. I have kept in touch with MOD pastors to by and by request a relief and am anticipating a reaction.”
The puppies served various voyages through obligation in Afghanistan. Military puppies are exceedingly prepared to sniff out explosives and discover safe courses for warriors through structures and back streets.
When achieving a specific age they are re-prepared to be sheltered out in the open. Many are viewed as risky to be rehoused and are put down; others have illnesses, for example, joint pain identifying with their times of hard military work.
The organizer of the German Shepherd Dog Rescue Center disclosed to Sky News she was upbeat to rehouse one of the mutts – the inside’s contact points of interest were passed on to the MOD at her demand.
“When you remove them from their workplace then I figure you can retrain them and deliberately rehome them,” Jayne Shenstone said.
“It’s frequently only a restricted ticket sending them to the MOD. The MOD see these puppies as property and when they arrive at the finish of their working life they can simply be arranged off. We view them as serving officers and that they ought to be offered a glad retirement in the correct condition for them.”