Program set for Wounded Warriors, therapy dogs
The healing bond between Wounded Warriors and therapy dogs will be on display free for visitors to see this Saturday, July 13, starting at 10 a.m. in the Admiral Nimitz Ballroom of the National Museum of the Pacific War.
On hand will be representatives from Train A Dog Save A Warrior (TADSAW), along with their four-legged friends and the military members they assist.
The TADSAW program unites wounded servicemen, suffering with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder,) with homeless, rescue shelter dogs, who are evaluated and deemed viable, to nurture a healing and rejuvenating bond between the two.
The result is a positive, non-judgmental, unconditional relationship needed by both, said Dennis Blocker, USAF (Ret.)
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