Dogs whilst away on attachment.

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  1. wedge_cadman

    wedge_cadman War Hero Reviewer Book Reviewer

    Hi folks,

    Could anyone give me any information or point me in the right direction. I have heard there is assistance for kenneling dogs whilst away on attachment/tour. ie. the cost can be claimed back.
    Is this possible and is there a minimum days away requirement before a claim can be made.

  2. Is it an attachment or a mobilisation? I know that when I went through RTMC there was a whole plethora of things you could claim for in order to keep the Home Front ticking along while you were away mobilised, but not sure if an "attachment" would qualify.

    Try calling RTMC and asking? Beyond that no idea!
  3. wedge_cadman

    wedge_cadman War Hero Reviewer Book Reviewer

    Both really, got a 2/3 week attachment abroad coming up and possibly a tour later in the year.
  4. woof!

    Leave me in a cage for six months?

    You bastard


    I crap on my blanket in your direction.


    When you come back, I will bite you.


    Oh, and sorry? You got my kennel fees paid back onto your pay?



    I'll bite you if you come anywhere near me.

  5. Read this thread. Laugh at how funny some people can be, but take note of post #17, where you get chapter and verse.
  6. My pleasure.
  7. I misread the thread title and thought the OP was asking about the chances of meeting "dogs" on deployment.
  8. wedge_cadman

    wedge_cadman War Hero Reviewer Book Reviewer

    We already have plenty of those in my unit. ;-)

  9. If your dog truely loves you, mans best friend will come to you when you whistle.