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A documentary about military animals, animals used in the second world war (and other wars, maybe ?)

I don't remember a lot about the documentary, just that it was about military animals. Please feel free to suggest anything. I remember that they used to send "trained" dogs after enemy thanks but the dogs went after ANY tank.
asked Jun 27, 2015 in Name That Documentary by StoryOfaMASH (141 points)
Could this be the documentary "War Dogs"?:

Quote from the following site (the above documentary is embedded here):
"Russians trained their dogs to run under a tank with a bomb vest. The only problem was that since they used their own tanks to train the dogs, the dogs would only run under the russian tanks."
Thank you for the reply, but I'm pretty sure it's not this one, I remember that it was about a range of animals, not just dogs