Dogs Helping Heroes is a Southern Indiana-based organization devoted to training service dogs for wounded warriors and first responders suffering from permanent injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The organization services the Kentuckiana area. Service training for the dogs includes at least three tasks required by a disabled hero. Obedience training includes manners, composure, and formal commands. Matched dogs comply with the American Disabilities Act of 1990. For more information, visit the Dogs Helping Heroes website at dogshelpingheroes.org/index.html or follow Dog Helping Heroes in Facebook at www.facebook.com/DogsHelpingHeroes.
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