On June 1, Pets for Vets Wisconsin placed Buddy, a red Cocker Spaniel/Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix, with Bill, who served our country in Vietnam.
Gabby is now in her forever home with her forever Mom, Kim. Gabby will enjoy her new life living in the country, playing with the household cats, and knowing unconditional love.
The story of Knox begins as a stray in Kentucky (perhaps, hence the name “Fort Knox”). From a rescue in Kentucky he was transferred to a rescue in the North Chicago area and then to Wisconsin.
Casey describes his bond with Jazzy as being “incredible” and a “gift”. “When I come home from work she’s always there at the door waiting for me, when I open the door I feel like I just got home from a deployment and I’m home to see my family and it’s just a great feeling.
Staff Sergeant Jose Pila returned from tours in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom suffering from PTSD, TBI and physical injuries. He came to Pets for Vets plagued by nightmares, high anxiety and hyper vigilance.