New study will measure dogs' usefulness to vets with PTSD
Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Richard Simonsen, who has been diagnosed with PTSD, hugs his service dog, Yoko, at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, D.C. VA is restarting a study to measure the effectiveness of trained service dogs in easing PTSD symptoms.
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#1 May 28, 2014
The use of Service Dogs can be one of the greatest benefits to those in need that I have ever seen. I helped prepare K9s for their specialized training. The problem that I repeatedly saw was people who falsely claimed their mutts were properly trained Service Animals.
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