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 [...]
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.
Congratulations to Recipient, BJ and her Super #ServiceDog, Wilson! Paired back in 2011, BJ & Wilson have been absolutely Rocking their beautiful New Normal, and now, they've both graduated from Santa Fe College, where BJ earned her Bachelor's Degree in Multimedia & video production technology. Both BJ and Wilson looked the perfect pair in [...]
WPBF covers the story of Amber Muller a Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School shooting survivor, who is raising funds to cover the costs associated with a medical service dog from Guardian Angels. Guardian Angels never charges recipients for their service dogs, but many recipients and applicants raise funds to help cover the costs associated [...]
Nathan Havenner, Reporter, through The Gazette in Medina, Ohio has just published a great story on Recipient, Bryan, his post-military struggles after injuries from 2 roadside bombs in Fallujah, Iraq, and his pairing with Guardian Angels Medical Service Dog, Fahrny. Fahrny's training was sponsored by the amazing team at Armstrong Cable, who have run a [...]
Thanks to Angela Roberts at the Observer-Reporter for this great article about Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs, and Recipient, Timmy: Excerpt: "The second she laid eyes on me, she was just right up at my face, licking it,” Kellermann said as Pilot nudged at his leg with her nose, tail wagging fiercely. “You could just [...]
Stahls' Automotive Museum Raises Funds for Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs - by Melissa Walsh This month's Grosse Pointe Magazine has published a fantastic story about the incredible people at Stahl's Museum, and their fundraising efforts this past Veterans' Day weekend. Read the story here:
This month's Army Magazine's Seven Questions segment features Guardian Angels very own National Canine Program Director, Nate Burney.
By Linda Wilson Fuoco / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette John & his #ServiceDog, Ranger Every day Army Capt. John Kelly sees a reminder of his 2009-2010 deployment in Afghanistan. Inked on his right forearm is a large tattoo of six military“dog tags,” each inscribed with the name of a friend killed in battle. “I saw [...]