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What makes the Homefront Dogs special is that they are trained to deal with anxieties and fears that veterans with PTSD or TBI often have, which can prevent ...
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Re: Homefront Dogs help military veterans adjust after tough duty
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2013, 09:27:24 PM »
First, it bugs the heck out of me to see those soldiers in the articles picture wearing an Army uniform with a goatee!!!  Secondly, I fall back on the position that I am glad to see veterans get the help that they need!!
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