Lance Corporal Kelly Wolstencroft is a dog handler with the Royal Army Veterinary Corps. She studied Animal Care/Management for 4 years before joining the Army in 2007.
Her first tour of Afghanistan (Operation HERRICK 9) was in 2008/9 where she was a Vehicle Search Dog Handler. She is now back in Afghanistan, on Operation HERRICK 14, as a High-Assurance Search Dog Handler. Her dog is called Kevin and Kelly describes him as the most mischievous dog in the whole of Helmand…
- Weeing on her bed space 26 April, 2011 - In her second blog, Lance Corporal Kelly Wolstencroft writes about moving out to her Forward Operating Base, and the latest antics of her working dog, Kevin.
- All the time it's still been here 20 April, 2011 - In her first blog, Lance Corporal Kelly Wolstencroft writes about the start of her tour as a dog handler in Afghanistan.