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Canine Angels for Veterans

Canine Angels is a nonprofit organization that rescues dogs from shelters and trains them to become service dogs — accomplished canine assistants that can perform dozens of tasks for disabled American veterans and first responders. Dozens of veterans have been able to rejoin family activities again with help from their Canine Angels. The trained... more

Group Brings Soldiers' Dogs Home

Most people are aware that we have soldiers overseas in Afghanistan. But what most are not usually aware of is that many times they become attached to dogs that they find roaming in the area. Guardians of Rescue, an international animal rescue organization, works to change that by reuniting soldiers with the dogs they had to leave behind through... more

Bragg Soldier, Wife Charged With Animal Cruelty In Puppy's Drowning

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A Fort Bragg soldier charged with felony animal cruelty admitted to drowning the dog in a pond, according to court documents from the Cumberland County Magistrate's office. John Garrett Burrow, 22, and his wife, Kelsey Caroline Burrow, 20, of the 400 block of Georgetown Circle, were charged in the intentional drowning of the puppy o... more

Nonprofit Helps Deploying Servicemembers with Dogs

Laura Turner, Dog on Deployment member

SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill.  -- When a military member receives a deployment checklist, circumstances surrounding pets are not on the list. Many members have a hard time finding a place for their pet during these situations, and the Dogs on Deployment organization caan be a big help. Senior Airman Jakia Chang and her husband were both due for a ... more

Study: Pets Help Kids with Deployed Parents Cope with Stress

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A newly published study finds that military children with a deployed parent who have a close relationship with a pet cope better with stress than those who do not.  The study, released by Tufts University Oct. 29, examined through an online survey of 300 middle and high school students from military families who were involved in programs with t... more

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