The mission of Northwest Battle Buddies is to “Empower combat veterans with PTSD to regain their freedom and independence by partnering them with professionally trained and specifically . . .
Written by: Jill Jones
So-called “service animals” seem to be proliferating these days. Though the majority of them are dogs, other animals have been appearing in service roles, as well. You see them in all . . .
We have posted many times about the problems caused by people who try to pass off their pets as service animals to gain entry to restaurants, businesses, and even airplanes. Because pets . . .
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to raise a puppy for a service-dog organization? Puppy-raising is a vital step in a dog’s journey to becoming a working service dog, and the. . .
The horrific events in Orlando over the weekend have left thousands dealing with grief, shock, and fear, so teams of comfort dogs have been making their way from across the country to. . .
We post frequently about unfortunate situations in which a businessperson refuses service to a customer with a service dog. But usually, the dog owner involved doesn’t have an obvious. . .
We’ve posted many times about services that breed and train service dogs, but one Louisiana vet thinks that this system is unnecessary. Dr. Bob Zepecki, who is both a veteran and a. . .
Five-year-old Quaden Bayles has been the subject of much ridicule in his short life because he suffers from a form of dwarfism called achondroplasia. According to his mother, the poor boy. . .