Oh, baby, Gunner Blue is awesome!! He loves to run and play in the back yard. He has discovered the pool and wants to get in but just not sure.
My name is Cora, you guys got me ready for my new girl, Chris, a couple of weeks ago. I was a little confused and somewhat scared because my last people didn't care for me very much,
When I first got Teddy from Pets for Vets, my brother asked, “What is the Pets for Vets? I’m seeing this organization everywhere.”
I don’t know how to thank you for choosing Lady for us. She is such a treat to have. She takes me for walks about 3 times a day which I enjoy and is good for me.
“Pepper is a fantastic dog! She has a personality that is fun to be around. She listens well and plays well. Pets for Vets did a fantastic job with her training.
Without Pets for Vets I would not have Gunner. In the short time I’ve had Gunner I have had no nightmares and can sleep through the night.
Bella has fit in like she has been here her whole life. The way she watches my every move is so sweet. She acts so much like the Bella we lost last April with the doe eyes and all the tricks she does.
Tank coming into my life has been so amazing. I can’t believe how fast we connected. It’s like he knew exactly what he needed to do.
I’m a Marine from Vietnam days. Lately my life has been going rather tough. My dog died last summer & I have been really lonely. My friend, Paul, told me about Pets for Vets & helped me apply.
“I found out my dog’s name a little before Pets for Vets brought him to me. I couldn’t wait to meet Quincy. He came home early December and at first he was like any other dog wanting to see this new place.
I am a US Army veteran and served in Korea from 1960 – 1962. I have worked all over the country and it wasn’t until I retired and we lost our dog to old age that...
Shadow has been doing absolutely amazing! Our favorite thing to do with her is playing fetch. She loves playing with all of her toys.
My name is Teri Montgomery and this is Tucker. I want to tell you how grateful I am to Pets for Vets for bringing Tucker into my life. I am a veteran with PTSD and a knee disability
”My dog, Mattie, was presented to me from Pets for Vets, Southwest Indiana.
“My name is Cherish and I am the recipient of a Pets for Vets Dog named Teddy. He has been with me for about 3 weeks and been an absolute joy.
“I’m the recipient of a Pets for Vets companion dog, Cheyenne. I’m amazed by the time and effort they put into finding the perfect companion for me.
“Pets for Vets from Southwest Indiana was exceptional in the way they listened to my needs and delivered over what was expected.
“I was completely shocked to learn at a VA event that there was such thing as Pets for Vets. The process for applying for a pet was simple and straightforward.
“You would think that a dog is just a dog. That may be true for some, but not me. Before Samson, I was living in fear. Scared of things of the past, present, and even future.
A Chiweenie - I never thought a Chiweenie would be a good fit for a veteran. Nora absolutely fell in love with Lola at the first meeting.
I will never be able to fully express to you how much having Mojo means to me. It goes way beyond words. Pets for Vets is one of the best benefits for having served my country.
“It’s hard to come home sometimes” ...I have said those words to so many people in the years since my deployment that I can’t count them.
“Having Maverick come into my life has been a godsend for me. I know every time I open the door to my apartment I’m going to get a warm greeting and an offer to play.
Pets for Vets, My name is Eric Evitts. I would like to just take a moment to thank each and every single member that is part of Pets for Vets.
First and foremost, I want to thank everyone at Pets for Vets for finding and placing my new best friend, Trexten.
She runs all around
Her joy is today...
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.