Touch Two Lives at Once

Give Veteran/Dog Teams the Opportunity to Thrive Together

 

 

Gasper and Greg, Graduated April 2019

“Before starting this program, I walked into a room counting the exits, counting the number of people, looking at people’s hands and looking for things that seemed out of place. Old habits die hard, but I am no longer with my back up against the wall thanks to Soldier’s Best Friend.”

Keith and Ellie, December 2018 Graduates

“Soldier’s Best Friend has been the best thing that has happened to me since my initial diagnosis. Ellie has taken the place of endless therapy sessions and medications.”

George and Shadow, June 2018 Graduates

“For many years, my PTSD was treated with multiple medications. Despite those prescriptions, I remained anxious. I had no desire to get off the lounger, to go out, or to accomplish anything. Since bonding with Shadow, I am less frustrated and anxious. Some meds have been eliminated and others decreased.”

 

Terry and Benny, April 2019 Graduates

“Through the training process, Benny and I have built a bond I never thought possible living with PTSD. You gave me the gift of hope, hope for the future and a better tomorrow. Soldier’s Best Friend’s tagline is “Touching 2 Lives at Once.” Mission accomplished! You truly have touched two lives.”

Frank and Scout, December 2018 Graduates

“Before Scout I was a nervous wreck. On the first night after he came to me through SBF, I slept, and for the first time in eight years I didn’t have a nightmare. This program has made it easier for me to function in public and as a result, has made my family life better.”

Pictured: Frances and Johnny

Gasper and Greg, Graduated April 2019

“Before starting this program, I walked into a room counting the exits, counting the number of people, looking at people’s hands and looking for things that seemed out of place. Old habits die hard, but I am no longer with my back up against the wall thanks to Soldier’s Best Friend.”

Keith and Ellie, December 2018 Graduates

“Soldier’s Best Friend has been the best thing that has happened to me since my initial diagnosis. Ellie has taken the place of endless therapy sessions and medications.”

George and Shadow, June 2018 Graduates

“For many years, my PTSD was treated with multiple medications. Despite those prescriptions, I remained anxious. I had no desire to get off the lounger, to go out, or to accomplish anything. Since bonding with Shadow, I am less frustrated and anxious. Some meds have been eliminated and others decreased.”

Terry and Benny, April 2019 Graduates

“Through the training process, Benny and I have built a bond I never thought possible living with PTSD. You gave me the gift of hope, hope for the future and a better tomorrow. Soldier’s Best Friend’s tagline is “Touching 2 Lives at Once.” Mission accomplished! You truly have touched two lives.”

Frank and Scout, December 2018 Graduates

“Before Scout I was a nervous wreck. On the first night after he came to me through SBF, I slept, and for the first time in eight years I didn’t have a nightmare. This program has made it easier for me to function in public and as a result, has made my family life better.”

Soldier’s Best Friend provides U.S. military veterans living with combat-related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) with Service or Therapeutic Companion Dogs, most of which are rescued from local shelters. The veteran and dog train together to build a trusting relationship that saves two lives at once, and inspires countless others.

MISSION: TOUCH 2 LIVES AT ONCE AND INSPIRE COUNTLESS OTHERS

GOAL: FULLY FUND AT LEAST 4 VETERAN/DOG TEAMS

Soldier’s Best Friend and KSLX are partnering for a fundraising campaign during PTSD Awareness month. Our goal is to provide at least four veteran/dog teams with everything they need to successfully complete training. The Soldier’s Best Friend training program is provided at no cost to the veteran.  Funds raised during this campaign will provide these teams with professional training, veterinary care, equipment and support. The results of the training program can be life-changing, helping the veteran cope with their symptoms and giving an Arizona homeless dog a second chance at life.

Pictured: Francis and Johnny

MISSION: TOUCH 2 LIVES AT ONCE AND INSPIRE COUNTLESS OTHERS

Soldier’s Best Friend provides U.S. military veterans living with combat-related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) with Service or Therapeutic Companion Dogs, most of which are rescued from local shelters. The veteran and dog train together to build a trusting relationship that saves two lives at once, and inspires countless others.

GOAL: FULLY FUND AT LEAST 4 VETERAN/DOG TEAMS

Soldier’s Best Friend and KSLX are partnering for a fundraising campaign during PTSD Awareness month. Our goal is to provide at least four veteran/dog teams with everything they need to successfully complete training. The Soldier’s Best Friend training program is provided at no cost to the veteran.  Funds raised during this campaign will provide these teams with professional training, veterinary care, equipment and support. The results of the training program can be life-changing, helping the veteran cope with their symptoms and giving an Arizona homeless dog a second chance at life.

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