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Department of Minnesota AMVETS Supports PetsLoyal2Vets

PetsLoyal2Vets is incredibly thankful to MN AMVETS a Veteran Service Organization for supporting our new training facility with a $500 donation.  Meeting the needs of Minnesota veterans can be found in a variety of charitable and noble causes.  But meeting the specific needs of veterans who have sustained injuries related to Traumatic Brain Injuries, Post Traumatic Stress and Physical Assault Traumas by adopting highly trained Psychiatric service dogs, therapy and companion dogs exclusively to disabled Minnesota veterans is a service Universities and Veteran Service Organizations VSO’s are taking seriously.  One service dog training facility in Florida has a 4 year waiting list.

To read some of the most recent studies and articles, check out the following links.  All credits go to the creator of these articles.

Treating Veterans using Animal-Assisted Therapy by Stephanie Renson, Winona State University Fall 2010

The Use of psychiatric Service Dogs in the Treatment of Veterans with PTSD by PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Craig Love, Ph.D. 2009

The Role of Service Animals in Recovery by Kim Puchir, NAMI Communications Coordinator

Dogs enlisted to aid veterans with PTSD harder to come by?  by John S. Adams, USA TODAY 2012

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