After serving 10 years in the United States Air Force, a military service dog from Laughlin Air Force Base was honored Tuesday with a retirement ceremony, and is now enjoying a life of leisure.

Military working dog Cchico or P744 was diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma cancer and had hip displacement, meaning he could not perform his job as much as he used to, Kennel Master Tech Sgt. Christopher Brown said.

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