Afghanistan war vet returns home to find his dog was given away, needs help finding it (VIDEO)

There are some things that are unforgivable. Giving away a man’s dog while he is deployed at war? Now there is a special place in hell for people like that.

Brandon Harker returned home after a nine month deployment to Afghanistan and wanted nothing more than to see his dog, Oakley, whom he had left in the care of a friend while he was gone. While Harker was gone the friend gave away or sold the dog to an unknown party, without Harker’s knowledge or consent.

Harker has launched his own search via social media and Craigslist trying to find anyone that might know the whereabouts of his hound.  The hunt has so far been unsuccessful but we at Guns.com wish him the best of luck in trying to find Oakley.

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