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Service Dogs for Veterans
P.O. Box 965
Taylors, SC  29687

Mental and emotional trauma

has become more prevalent in the

Armed Forces in recent years.  With the high OPTEMPO and multiple engagements around the world, more Veterans are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and Military Sexual Trauma (MST). The VA and other organizations are trying to combat these conditions through traditional means such as therapy, counseling, and various medications.  These methods have been proven to be quite beneficial.

Although counselling and medication may be helpful, for some there is a gap that isn’t being covered by traditional treatment. This is where a service dog can be helpful. A properly

trained dog can become their new

"Battle-Buddy" providing

support that is simply

missing elsewhere.

They will never go

behind your back

to hurt you.

Dogs are Loyal

The partnership between a well-trained dog

and a Veteran can be life-changing for both of them.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

For more information on

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

(PTSD) and how a

service may help,

Please click the button above

For more information on

Traumatic Brain Injury

(TBI) and how a

service may help,

Please click the button above

Traumatic

Brain Injury

Military

Sexual Trauma

For more information on

Military Sexual Trauma

(MST) and how a

service may help,

Please click the button above