Soldier Beams as He Reunites With Puppy Saved From Syrian Roadside

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An abandoned puppy had an emotional reunion with the soldier who adopted her after she was flown 6,000 miles to the U.S. 

U.S. Army Spc. Tyler Mosley, 23, hadn't seen little Daisy in months while she waited for her paperwork to come through so she could come to America from Syria. 

Daisy, a German shepherd, was found by the side of the road in Syria alongside her dead sibling, according to T&T Creative Media. A technician brought her to the Army compound, where Daisy met Mosley. 

It was love at first sight, and when it came time for Mosley to head home, he wanted to make sure Daisy came with him. 

“I just knew that I would do whatever it takes to get her home," Mosley said. 

The process took a bit, but finally in April, Daisy was flown to Florida, where she reunited with Mosley, whom she hadn't seen since January. 

“As soon as I knew it was her in the kennel when they were walking out, instantly, just tears — tears of happiness," he said. 


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