Sponsor A
Veteran

Our veteran support home provides veterans in need with critical resources to help them get back on their feet, including free room and board, counseling, VA assistance, financial coaching, and career training.

Julie Hollowell

Julie was born in Osage Beach, Missouri, and a mother one son who was born in June 2011. She served in the Air Force from 2008-2011 as a A-10/F-15 line Avionics Technician.

Ashley Bozeman

Ashley served in the US Navy from 2007-2011. She was stationed on the Aircraft Carrier, USS Ronald Reagan CVN 76, from 2008-2011. Her rating on the Aircraft Carrier was Machinist's Mate.

Brady Alland

Brady served in the US Navy from 1996-2002. His last rank was E-5, and his rating in the US Navy was Search and Rescue Swimmer/Fire Controlman.

We work with local rescue organizations to match each veteran to a canine companion, who is then trained to be their emotional support dog or battle buddy.

Sponsor A

Rescue Dog

Wiley

Wiley, a 3 year old Beagle mix, was rescued from an elderly lady who was not able to care for Wiley due to her medical problems. Wiley had severe anxiety, problems walking on leash in public, afraid of loud noises and men, and barks constantly at strangers. Today, Wiley, walks more calmly on leash, not afraid of loud noises, and stops barking at strangers. Wiley is currently working on getting rid of his anxiety.

Lion-O

Lion-O is a 4 year old German Shepherd, who was rescued from the LA Animal Shelter on March 2018. Before he was rescued, he was emaciated, suffered from separation anxiety, and relieved himself inside every day. Today, Lion-O is healthy, completely house trained, and waits patiently for his companion to come home.

Rubik

Rubik, 1.5 year old Vizsla, was purchased from breeders in Northern CA,, who had kept him crated for most of his life. The family surrendered Rubik in December 2018 because he was unruly, prone to nipping, and urinated in response to his fear of punishment. Today, Rubik is calm, responsive, obedient, no longer nips when startled, and has been house trained. Rubik is still working on desensitizing himself to rodent/bird stimuli due to his strong hunting instincts.

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