By Carlene White, founder of Service Dog Project There are hundreds of service dogs that could well deserve national attention of an American Kennel Club award, however our Great Dane “George” was chosen. It had a lot to do with the fact that his partner is a 48 pound cute little girl named Bella who
Patriot PAWS trains and provides service dogs to disabled American veterans and others with mobile disabilities and PTS in order to help restore their physical and emotional independence. They wrote to us to tell one of their many success stories working with US Veterans:
In 2004 Christian Ellis was a young US marine fighting in the Iraq War. When he returned home he found himself struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). His friend Charlie Annenberg challenged him to turn his profound experiences in the Iraq War into an inspiring opera, and backed up his friend’s creation with a $250,000
“The charm of fishing is that it is the pursuit of what is elusive but attainable. A perpetual series of occasions for hope.” – John Buchan. A Journey Home documents the work of The Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation, an organization that brings traumatically injured US Servicemen to Montana for a week of recreational therapy
mothernaturenetwork: Dogs can perform a wide variety of services for service men and women with PTSD, from providing basic companionship to reminding them to take medication. We agree! Find out more about the amazing support dogs at Dog Bless You!