Jody said his life before Nick was a wreck. With his medical conditions, high blood pressure, that unmedicated could top over 300 (would have to have an arterial catheter to read his blood pressure), volatile blood sugars (way high, way low swings), having survived adrenal cancer, and surviving a very rare heart syndrome called Wolfe Parkinson White Syndrome.


Tasha served in the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps and performed Military Funeral Honors. After her service in the military, Tasha was paired with Blaney to help her with PTS.


At Guardian Angels, while our Veterinary Care Department has always done a fabulous job taking care of our dogs and paired teams, we have now taken it to the next level. We are excited to introduce the Borden Veterinary Hospital located on our campus in Williston, FL. This on-site, non-profit hospital will oversee the care and provide for all medical needs of our dogs on campus. It will also provide oversight and guidance to all our teams across the country, as well as one-on-one care for our local teams for any of their medical needs. (more…)

Dr. Rogers joined the Guardian Angels’ team in May of 2022 as their veterinarian, and she is excited to be part of the many upcoming ideas and projects that Guardian Angels is developing. (more…)

A dog is both a predator and a scavenger, so when he smells a trash can full of goodies, the scavenger part of him kicks in. Your dog getting into the trash is not only inconvenient for you, but it can also be dangerous for your dog. At Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs, we’ve put together some tips on how to help you teach your dog to stay out of the trash and how to safeguard the trash in case they do get into it. (more…)

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