A hero dog gets a send off.

FOX's Lilian Woo reports:

In Muskegon, Michigan, hundreds of people turning out for a final farewell for a Marine dog...

Cena, a bomb detection dog, served three tours of duty in Afghanistan, including one alongside Lance Corporal Jeff DeYoung, who eventually ended up adopting him and was helped by him as he battled PTSD.

DeYoung devastated by the black lab's recent diagnosis of bone cancer, made it his mission to put together a bucket list:

(DeYoung) "The love and the support for Cena, it's remarkable to say the least."

One of his wishes was that the dog's last ride be in an open air Jeep and more than 100 vehicles turned up for the procession to the museum ship where the 10-year-old lab in custom dress blues was euthanized.

Lilian Woo, FOX News.

(Joel Bissell/Muskegon Chronicle via AP)

(Joel Bissell/Muskegon Chronicle via AP)

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