How Dogs Help Veterans Cope with PTSD

Air Force veteran David Sharpe has been struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder after his deployment following 9/11.  To assist with his condition, Sharpe says he has found a dog at a shelter that saved his life.  With a group called P2V, Sharpe has been working to pair other vets with rescued pets.

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  1. Semih says:

    a half! I don’t want to sound cliche9 but Ariel and Dan are perfect for each other. During Ariel and Dan’s enegagment session last fall, I quickly learned these two just know how to have fun together. I had a blast

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