Pictured above are: Recipient Craig & his Service Dog, Foxy, Guardian Angels Medical Service Dog Regional Coordinator, Jack Wagner and (in white uniform) Life Changing Service Dogs for Veterans President, Bill Jeffcoat. In the article by Harry Funk, Recipient Craig talks about the many changes Service Dog Foxy [...]
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, and LEX18 news out of Lexington, KY has aired a story about Brain Injury Awareness, featuring Recipient Antonio, his Service Dog, Alice (2019 American Humane Hero Dog of the Year) along with his mother, Tara, talking about how her son's traumatic brain injury has drastically changed their life, and [...]
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – As the saying goes, a dog is man’s best friend, but in this case, a woman’s best friend. "Karen Louise O’Neal, is a Navy veteran who served her country for 20 years. From 1973 to 1993, she served an EMT. After her stint in the military, she was diagnosed with PTSD, anxiety and depression because of events she witnessed".
A New Leash on Life By: Angie Carducci for PNC Bank How one veteran's new service dog brought him out of the basement and back into society, and how you can help others like him with this year's Virtual Mutt Strut. Earlier this year, just before The Tower at PNC Plaza largely emptied as Pittsburgh, [...]
#TeamNick & #TeamRhino Enter Hero Dog Awards Our recipients may be of different genders, with different medical conditions and different histories. They may live half way across the country from each other, but #TeamNick and #TeamRhino share 3 very important things: They both have Service Dogs that come from Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs. [...]
We've just received the exciting news that Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs has been named a Finalist for a 2020 VETTY Award by the Academy of United States Veterans (AUSV) in the Suicide Prevention Category.
John & his Service Dog, Ranger Veteran John sits down with Andy Davis to talk about the experiences that led to his #PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury, and how his Service Dog, Ranger saved his life. This powerful story gives some true insight into the need for Medical Service Dogs. Many thanks [...]
Matthew had his dog Sandy for 12 years before he had to put her down. As an Iraq war vet with PTSD, saying goodbye to his companion wasn't easy. "That was the hardest thing I ever had to do," Matt said. "After that, then I just started to become hopeless."...Until Service Dog, Cobalt entered his life.
It's Bark-A-Que Time! Yes, it's back! Everyone's favorite event is ready to kick-off it's 6th year in Naples. Join us Saturday, March 3, 2018 at North Collier Regional Park in Naples from 10am - 2pm. Tickets are just $35.00 per adult, $15.00 for kids 5-15, and free under the age of 5, and your space [...]
Join AUSA-Arsenal of Democracy and Women In Defense - Michigan as they join forces to raise funds to pair a Michigan Veteran with a Medical Service Dog from Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs. September 30, 2017 from 6-9pm in Sterling Heights, MI.