The thing about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is it’s invisibility. Its effects torment the veteran, as well as the family and friends closest to them.
K9 Partners for Patriots matches a prescreened service dog to a vet with PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, and/or Military Sexual Trauma. There is never a charge to the vet for anything.
Is A Service Dog Right for You? A service dog is a serious responsibility and should not be taken lightly.
National PTSD Awareness Month is observed annually in June. The month is dedicated to raising awareness about the condition and how to access treatment.
Hot Dog Warm Weather Tips can help your dog avoid heatstroke. Be prepared, and be safe while enjoying outdoor activities with your pup during the hot summer months.
June is National PTSD Awareness Month, which aims to highlight the treatment options veterans can pursue to improve their quality of life.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of K9 Partners for Patriots. Meet Cindy Dietrich, K9P4P Volunteer Coordinator (volunteer), and Rhonda Hicks, Program Support / K9P4P Board Member.
A hotel guest with a disability who uses a service animal must be provided the same opportunity to reserve any available room at the hotel as other guests without disabilities.
Misrepresentation of Service Dogs harms the disabled, confuses the public, and affects the reputation of legitimate service dog users. Fake service animals pose a danger to the public and genuine service dogs.
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, U.S. businesses that serve the public are required to let service dogs go anywhere on the premises that customers are typically allowed, with few exceptions.
The PAWS Act – The Puppies Assisting Wounded Servicemembers Act.
A K9 Partners for Patriots Vietnam War Veteran courageously shares a glimpse of what living with PTSD is like. These types of stories are rarely shared by veterans in this type of forum. We are honored that Jerry trusts us to share his story with you.