Pets for Vets celebrates 10th anniversary
The Pets for Vets local chapter located in Ridgefield, CT, has been in existence since January of 2015, and has helped match 12 pets with deserving American Veterans.
Pets for Vets helps form comforting companionship
Chief Meteorologist Gil Simmons sits down with The Connecticut Chapter President with ROAR (Ridgefield Operation for Animal Rescue) Didi Tulloch and volunteer Ken Engelman.
The organization is celebrating 10 years in October 2019.
Pets for Vets ROAR Ridgefield Featured on Channel 8 News
See Channel 8 News’ report about Pets for Vets Veteran George Gomez and his dog, Trinity below.
Pets for Vets ROAR Ridgefield Featured in CTNOW
Find out how Pets for Vets ROAR Ridgefield companion dog Aliana became U.S. Marine Veteran Charlie Johnson’s favorite medicine for PTSD in this CTNOW article.
Pets for Vets ROAR Ridgefield Featured in The Ridgefield Press
Check out this great article in The Ridgefield Press about Veteran Charlie Johnson and his Pets for Vets ROAR Ridgefield dog, Aliana.
Shelter Pets Help Veterans Transition to Civilian Life
Check out this article in Care2 about shelter pets helping veterans transition back into civilian life.