First and foremost, Thank You for your service! As the child of a veteran and a family filled with veterans, I know all to well the struggles and hardships that come with the job and even after the job! I also know the companionship and dedication of a loving dog can bring the upmost joy and peace to a tramatized individual, and to the family missing their family memeber while serving our country. In my dedicated and endless pursuit in helping our military and veterans, I would like to offer you a 50% discount on any puppy I have available! This is for a companion/pet puppy ONLY. These puppies will go with limited/pet registration papers only, as I want this puppy to be your lifetime companion, your comfort, and support in those hard times. I know this is only a small offer in the great scale of having you serve our country, but it is what I kindly offer! If you are an active service member or a veteran looking for that special companion, please let me know so we can find what you are looking for! I also choose one puppy very carefully each year to donate to a special wounded warriors program dedicated to training service dogs and handing them over to their grateful veterans that need this program so much!
If I can be of any help in your quest at finding a service dog, please let me know. I specifically start my puppies with ENS (Early Neurological Stimulation), and raise them with the puppy culture method. When a request for a service dog comes in, there is extensive evaluation and testing that is required from the entire litter, so as to find the best prospect for the job!
Dogs and PTSD Owning a dog can lift your mood or help you feel less stressed. Dogs can help people feel better by providing companionship. All dog owners, including those who have posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can experience these benefits. What are the emotional benefits of having a dog?Dogs can make great pets. Having a dog as a pet can benefit anyone who likes dogs, including people with PTSD. For example, dogs:
Help bring out feelings of love.
Are good companions.
Take orders well when trained. This can be very comfortable for a Servicemember or Veteran who was used to giving orders in the military.
Are fun and can help reduce stress.
Are a good reason to get out of the house, spend time outdoors, and meet new people.