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* NearlyNormalAnimal: The dogs can't verbally speak with one another and have a limited understanding of humans, but they're more anthropomorphic than real dogs.

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* CallARabbitASmeerp:
** In ''Battle of the Bulge'', Gregor's beard is called "lip-fur" by the dogs.
** Boss in ''Battle of the Bulge'' doesn't understand what the Northern Lights. She refers to them as dogs, because she thinks they look like dogs fighting in the sky.


* GenderBenderName: "Boss" and "Buzz" are bitches, despite their typically masculine names.
* GetBackInTheKitchen: In ''Battle of Bulge'', Antoine tells Juliette that men are supposed to fight and work while women take care of their families. The other boys agree with him.

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* GenderBenderName: GenderBlenderName: "Boss" and "Buzz" are bitches, despite their typically masculine names.
* GetBackInTheKitchen: In ''Battle of Bulge'', Antoine tells Juliette that men are supposed to fight and work while women take care of their families. The other boys agree with him.
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* StayInTheKitchen: In ''Battle of Bulge'', Antoine tells Juliette that men are supposed to fight and work while women take care of their families. The other boys agree with him.

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''Soldier Dogs'' is a series of children's HistoricalFiction books by Marcus Sutter.

Each book is a stand-alone that takes place during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. Every story revolves around dogs who helped during the war. The stories are InspiredBy true stories.

The series consists of: ''Air Raid Search and Rescue'', ''Attack on Pearl Harbor'', ''Secret Mission: Guam'', ''Victory at Normandy'', ''Battle of Bulge'', and ''Heroes of the Home Front''.
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!!''Soldier Dogs'' provides examples of:

* AlphaAndBetaWolves: Leader dogs are referred to as "alphas".
* BoyishShortHair: Juliette is a spunky {{tomboy}} with a bob haircut. At the start of ''Battle of Bulge'', the other kids complain that she's too boyish.
* GenderBenderName: "Boss" and "Buzz" are bitches, despite their typically masculine names.
* GetBackInTheKitchen: In ''Battle of Bulge'', Antoine tells Juliette that men are supposed to fight and work while women take care of their families. The other boys agree with him.
* PeriodPiece: The books take place during World War 2.
* {{Xenofiction}}: The books switch between the POV of the dogs and the humans.

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