Cedar Hill Unveils War Dog Monument

Saturday, May 31, 2014  |  Updated 9:51 PM CDT
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Cedar Hill Unveils War Dog Monument

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On Saturday, police and residents unveiled the "Enduring Valor" war dog monument in Cedar Hill's pet cemetery. The model is a Belgian Malinois named "Titus."

If you visit the pet cemetery in Cedar Hill, you'll soon see a permanent tribute to dogs that serve with first responders.

On Saturday, police and residents unveiled the "Enduring Valor" war dog monument in Cedar Hill's pet cemetery.

The statue is a tribute to all handlers and their canine partners in the military and law enforcement. 

California artist Susan Bahary created the monument. The model is a Belgian Malinois named "Titus" who is owned by the Cedar Hill Police Department.

The cemetery is located at 1210 J. Elmer Weaver Freeway in Cedar Hill.

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