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When you see military K-9s in action, it’s usually a German shepherd or something similar. But in the U.S. Navy, there’s one dog unlike any other. Bud the golden retriever began working at Naval Station Norfolk in January and is one of the newest military working dogs on base. He’s the only golden retriever in the Navy. Bud, who is two years old, was scouted last year. He spends of a lot of time looking through cars headed through the base gates. When not searching, Bud gets paid for his time every day in tennis balls, which are his favorite.