Video: How a Pit Bull Named Cheyenne Launched a National Drive to Help Vets with PTSD

Here’s a moving video about a veteran named David Sharpe whose life was changed by the love of a dog named Cheyenne. She wasn’t a trained service dog, just a Pit Bull he found at a local shelter. But she taught him important lessons about unconditional love and healing. Sharpe went on to found an organization called P2V, which is now Companions for Heroes.

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  1. Phil:
    Thank you for posting this one.
    I tend to hang out on the “fishing” side of the blog, and need to recognize the outstanding work you/Orvis do for pet rescue of all breeds.
    Thank you so much for your hard work!

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