Is A Service Dog Right for You? A service dog is a serious responsibility and should not be taken lightly.
What’s the Difference between Service Dog, Emotional Support Dog, and Therapy Dog? Some dogs serve very specific purposes.
Vreli Covington, Official Canine Massage Therapist and Certified Dog Trainer with the Brooksville nonprofit organization K9 Partners for Patriots.
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.
Some dogs serve very specific purposes and require special kinds of training to be able to work and provide the assistance their handler needs, 24/7.
It is very important that a dog is available when a veteran is ready to start the program. Not every veteran matches with the first dog they meet and it may take several meetings with various dogs before there is a match.
The biggest obstacle for our veterans is the self-centered rudeness of the public. And with all the fake service dogs now surfacing, those engaged in that fraud are making it increasingly difficult for those that truly need their dogs to be able to go out into public places without being judged and questioned.
Regular exercise is a key element for living a healthy lifestyle. This is also true for our pets. Dogs that get regular exercise are fit, healthy, better behaved, obedient and alert.
Protect Your Pets! We Urge You to Take These Potentially Life Saving Steps. Before the Storm Hits, Gather Vital Supplies for Your Pet’s Emergency Supply Kit.
Just like their veterans, it is so important for the dogs to have some down time and recharge. Massage is a wonderful way to help the dogs relax and ease away those tensions.
This downloadable graphic provides a comprehensive guide to foods that are healthy for your dog and those you’ll want to avoid.
The first goal for the veteran and their K9 Partner is to bond until their training class starts.