Paws For Assistance is a non-profit organization based in Towson, MD that trains shelter dogs to provide service for humans suffering from PTSD.
The mission of Paws For Assistance is two-fold. The first is to help humans heal from the traumas of life including war, sexual assault, domestic violence and sudden physical disability. The second is to rescue shelter dogs that have been abandoned or abused. Both dogs and humans can experience the debilitating effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). We have found that strong bonds form
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We train shelter dogs to comfort those who suffer from PTSD and we need your help. Give the gift of a companion this holiday season when you donate to Paws for Assistance. Visit our website http://www.pawsforassistance.org/Request-A-Dog.html to make a difference.
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We rescue dogs and train them to help military vets who suffer from PTSD. Paws for Assistance takes care of all the costs, so the person receiving the dog owes nothing. You can help by donating on our website http://www.pawsforassistance.org/Request-A-Dog.html.
Many people suffer from PTSD and are unable to afford a service dog to help them cope. We train rescue dogs to help people heal from their traumatic experiences. To learn more, visit our website http://www.pawsforassistance.org/ right now.
Paws for Assistance trains every dog and gives them to someone who is suffering from PTSD for free. We believe they shouldn't have to pay for a service dog. Visit our website http://bit.ly/2eiYeuS to donate so we can continue providing dogs to those in need.
In order to assist those suffering from PTSD, we need your donations. Your generosity will help us train service dogs for those in need. Every little bit helps! Visit www.mcssl.com/store/pawsforassistance/make-a-donation-to-paws-for-assistance to make a donation.
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A properly trained service dog can dramatically improve the quality of life of those living with PTSD. If you or someone you know is in need of a canine companion, please give us a call at (866) 921-9281.
At Paws For Assistance, we're dedicated to helping both humans and dogs that are struggling with PTSD. Learn more about us by visiting http://www.pawsforassistance.org/about-us.html today.
Did you know? The VA will only provide a service dog to a vet in the event that he or she is suffering from a physical disability. Click the link below to read about a new bill, introduced as the Puppies Assisting Wounded Servicemembers Act, that would pair post-9/11 veterans with severe PTSD with service dogs.
We bring the power to veterans, people with disabilities, and anyone suffering from PTSD. Click on our link below to learn more about us!
At Paws For Assistance, we provide the dogs and the essential training of the human/dog teams at no cost! Visit http://www.pawsforassistance.org/about-us.html to learn more about us today.
We never charge victims of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder for their canine partners. Instead, we rely on public and private trusts and individual benefactors like you! Please help us make a difference by donating today at www.mcssl.com/store/pawsforassistance/make-a-donation-to-paws-for-assistance.
We train our rescue dogs and their future owners as a team, thus enabling the dog to provide specific and individual services for the human when needed. If you or someone you know is in need of companion, please give us a call at (866) 921-9281.
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PTSD exists in enormous, often unspoken numbers throughout our society. In addition to helping relieve the general symptoms of PTSD, service dogs can also reduce limitations on daily activities. Learn how you can benefit from a service dog by calling (866) 921-9281.
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We rescue and train shelter dogs who have been abused or abandoned to be service dogs to those in need. Are you suffering from PTSD? Request a canine partner in recovery from Paws For Assistance Inc. Contact us at (866) 921-9281 today.
Give yourself time to relax this summer, have no worries with your new friend by your side. Look into Paws For Assistance Inc. and sign up for your dog today online at, http://www.pawsforassistance.org/request-dog.html.
If you know someone who suffers from PTSD, or if you suffer from it yourself, a former shelter dog may be the friend you need. Visit http://www.pawsforassistance.org/request-dog.html to get started today.
What kind of dog is the best fit for you? Request your own dog today by going online and starting the information process, http://www.pawsforassistance.org/request-dog.html.
It is proven that the company of dogs improves a persons spirit. If you think a program like Paws for Assistance might be good for you, learn more about requesting your dog today at http://www.pawsforassistance.org/.
Paws For Assistance Inc. Trains dogs to be dependable partners to veterans who suffer from PTSD. Visit http://www.pawsforassistance.org/ for more information.
There are two positives from this project, the first is to help humans heal from the traumas of life and the second is to rescue shelter dogs that have been abandoned or abused. Visit our website today to learn more, http://www.pawsforassistance.org/.
Help us make a difference in the lives of people suffering from PTSD and shelter dogs in need of a home. Donate today at www.pawsforassistance.org. Your support is greatly appreciated.
After staying by their handlers’ sides throughout the Invictus Games, these hard-working service dogs got a chance to swim a few laps of their own. Check out the video by clicking the link below.
We have found that strong bonds form when suffering humans and dogs work together. These bonds empower both the humans and the dogs to once again enjoy life. We train the dogs to provide service and protection for their humans. Visit us today at http://www.pawsforassistance.org to learn more.
Are you in need of a special kind of companionship? We're a non-profit organization based in Towson, MD that rescues and trains shelter dogs to provide service for humans suffering from trauma and stress. Call us at (866) 921-9281 today for more information.
How can a service dog help you? If you suffer from the debilitating effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, a good service dog can dramatically increase your quality of life. To learn more, visit www.pawsforassistance.org.
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We create companionships between humans and dogs. We train them together as a team thus enabling the dog to provide specific, unique, and individual services for the human when needed. If you or someone you know is interested in requesting a dog, please give us a call at (866) 921-9281.
We make it possible for both humans and dogs to heal from the effects that follow a traumatic experience. Join in our mission to relieve the suffering of so many. Visit our website at www.pawsforassistance.org and make a donation today.
Suicide is all too common among people suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. At Paws For Assistance Inc., we rescue and train shelter dogs who have been abused or abandoned to be service dogs to those in need. We rely on the compassion of concerned people like you. Give us a call at (866) 921-9281 to learn how you can help.
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