Consumers Advocate sent us this article about the amazing value of service dogs for Vets with PTSI. For us at Serve & Protect, we shun the term PTSD, opting for PTSI because trauma professionals in the field condor the trauma response an emotional wound, for first responders, largely a reaction to one or cumulative traumatic incidents on the job. Moreover, an unjust that can indeed be treated.
As it regards K9’s partnering for trauma healing, this article presents great information from people must smarter than me. Also, it is a fact that many veterans go into public safety after discharge. I admire the work of K9s for Warriors, the group featured in the story.