An army sniffer dog who died of a seizure soon after his handler was killed in Afghanistan receives a posthumous award today for his gallantry and devotion.
Lance Corporal Liam Tasker was shot dead in Afghanistan in March 2011. His dog, Theo, the bomb-hunting spaniel wasn't hurt. But he curled up and later died back at base.
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