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Helping One Soldier at a Time: The Train a Dog Save a Warrior Project



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When a soldier comes back from war, they may not have any wounds on the inside, but there can plenty of damage on the inside. Many soldiers are coming back from their service to our country with wounds of another kind, wounds such as post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, irritability, depression, insomnia, fatigue, paranoia, and so much more. And while these sorts of injuries can’t be cured overnight or with a simple pill or remedy, The Train a Dog Help a Warrior Project is doing the best it can to help. With this program, soldiers are matched up with highly trained dogs who have been taught to assist soldiers suffering from these sorts of injuries. The dogs help with stress reduction and offer companionship during this tough time. But the soldiers are not the only ones being helped.

Many of the dogs in the Train a Dog Help a Warrior Project are themselves from rocky beginnings. Shelter outcasts or pound refugees, these dogs did not always have an easy life. Through this project, they too are given a second chance at life and a second chance to be loved. That is the beauty of this project: It is a partnership of two fragile beings who in the end, end up being a lifeline for each other.

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All of this magic does not happen overnight. In fact it takes a great deal of time and resources for the specialists who run The Train a Dog Help a Warrior Project to train these dogs and make sure they are ready for a partnership. It takes a great deal of resources to support and care for these dogs while they are in the care of the program, and as you can imagine these costs are not cheap. This is where animal lovers and those who support our troops come into play. The Train a Dog Help a Warrior Project needs the support of the community so it can continue to serve on this mission. When you visit www.tadsaw.org, you can read stories about real dogs who have been trained to serve this mission and the special men and women they are helping. Most
importantly, you can offer your own support for this program. Help create a partnership that will last a lifetime. Check out The Train a Dog Help a Warrior Project and learn more about this great cause.



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  1. Hi Y’all!
    Thanks for hostin’ another great Saturday Blog Hop…and for featuring a favorite organization of ours!
    Y’all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  2. One of my favorite books, “Until Tuesday – A Wounded Warrior and the Golden Retriever Who Saved Him,” by Luis Carlos Montalvan is a true story about this subject. Such an important and much needed service…
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