Service Dogs Empower Veterans

Service dog helping veteran in wheelchair

Combat veteran Peter Bannon writes: “I trained with Pawsitivity Service Dogs in 2019 and received the trained service dog, Daniel, an adult black Labrador Retriever, to partner with in support of my PTSD received during combat in my service with the U.S. Army during OIF I and OEF VII.

Pawsitivity not only trained Daniel to meet my needs but trained me as well to work with Daniel, communicate with him, understand my rights and be a responsible and proactive service animal owner. Pawsitivity embodies all of the seven Army core values; especially honor, integrity and selfless service. They are some of the kindest, most hardworking, and most generous folks I have ever had the pleasure of spending time with.

I enthusiastically recommend the 501(c)(3) nonprofit Pawsitivity Service Dogs to veterans who need a service dog.”

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Pawsitivity Service Dogs
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Are you a federal employee? Are you looking for a charity that does meaningful and effective work? Pawsitivity Service Dogs is a national charity on a mission to train service dogs to help children with autism and empower veterans with PTSD.
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Pawsitivity Service Dogs