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New Program to Pair Stressed Vets With Trained Dogs

Blue Tick Hound

Ryan Largeman is 28, served seven years in the Air Force and suffered multiple injuries two years ago inAfghanistan during his second deployment in the Middle East. He prefers the term "shell shock" to post-traumatic stress disorder in describing the anxiety that overcomes him when confronted by loud noises, whether it's a bottle hitting t... more

Benefits of Adopting Senior Pets

senior dog

Your new best friend might be anyone but new; he or she just might be a senior pet. November is National Adopt a Senior Pet Month and a time worth considering the many benefits of senior pet adoption. Mature dogs and cats have many advantages when compared to their younger counterparts yet are often the first to face death or permanent homeless... more

Veteran with Depression Takes Chance on Shelter Dog

Charles and Chance

Charles is an Air Force veteran who suffered a deep and prolonged depression until he took a chance on a shelter dog named Chance and regained a sense of purpose in his life. Our thanks to Charles for sharing his tale, and to Big Dog Ranch Rescue for helping us make this story possible. Chance was shipped to Big Dog Ranch Rescue in Wellington, ... more

A Friendly "Ghost" Helps Army Officer Manage PTSD

Pedro and Ghost

It took a four-legged "ghost" with an ever-wagging tail to help an Army officer cope with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). In the process, the shelter dog, coping with stresses of his own, found a new life as a much loved and constant companion. Born to Serve Pedro knew from a very young age that he wanted to join the military; watching ... more

Bomb-Sniffing War Dog Shows Heart, Gets Veterinary Care

FORT COLLINS - A bomb-sniffing war dog that saved thousands of American lives in Iraq and Afghanistan has a new lease on life after heart surgery Sept. 16 at CSU's Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Kay, a 9-year-old pit bull and Labrador mix, served two tours in Iraq hunting down improvised explosive devices. Then U.S. Army Spc. Brandon Donahu... more

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