One of our Military Working Dogs, Rocky, and his handler were injured this week during operations in Afghanistan. Rocky...

Posted by 89th Military Police Brigade on Wednesday, December 9, 2015

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Hundreds of thousands have been touched by this photo of an injured military dog with a Purple Heart around his neck. 

Spc. Andrew Brown and his K-9 companion Rocky were searching for explosives in southern Afghanistan when an IED exploded. Rocky suffered shrapnel wounds and a broken leg.

They were taken taken to a hospital in Germany, where the photo was taken.

Another photo shows the team side by side in good spirits. A statement from the 89th Military Police Brigade says both are doing well.

SPC Brown and Rocky are both doing well after being treated for injuries they suffered from an IED blast earlier this...

Posted by 89th Military Police Brigade on Friday, December 11, 2015

Brown has since been taken to Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., while Rocky will return to Fort Hood, Tex., in the coming weeks.

The picture was posted by Fort Hood’s 89th Military Police Brigade and had more than 98,000 likes and 129,000 shares as of Monday morning.

Read more here.

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