A wonderful story and photos on the Huffington Post focus on the remarkable relationship between a Labradoodle named gander, and the man whose life was changed by the wonderful service dog.
Gander has helped Lon (his owner) with a PTSD/anxiety disorder and autoimmune arthritis; they go everywhere together. Before Lon met Gander, his heart rate was at 120 beats per minute, now it’s at about 80 beats per minute. . . .[Lon] tirelessly goes around the country spreading awareness about the positive impact Gander had on his life. He is on a mission to raise awareness about veteran suicide prevention;
Check out the Huffpo story and then click over to Gander’s Facebook page. It’s heartwarming stuff.