The success of our Wounded Veteran  program would not be possible without the great support of our sponsors. They give  our returning veterans renewed hope and we are proud of the partnership they have made with us.  The continued support has allowed us to grow, thrive and provide assistance to our Veterans. 

We are active supporters of faith, family and patriotism in dedicated in honoring of our Armed Forces and cultivating the next generation.

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Military dogs are unsung heroes who protect and serve alongside the brave men and women in the armed forces. From going through Canine Good Citizen (CGC) training to serving veterans who are home from combat, these amazing canines do their part without question, with only love and companionship as their reward.

“War dogs were used by the Egyptians, Greeks, Persians, Sarmations, Baganda, Alans, Slavs, Britons, and the Romans. The Molossus dog of the Molossia region of Epirus was the strongest known to the Romans, and was specifically trained for battle. The Molossus dog of the Molossia region of Epirus was the strongest known to the Romans, and was specifically trained for battle. The earliest use of war dogs in a battle recorded in classical sources was by Alyattes of Lydia against the Cimmerians around 600 BC. The Lydian dogs killed some invaders and routed others.

Later on, Frederick the Great used dogs as messengers during the Seven Years’ War with Russia. Napoleon also used dogs during his campaigns. Dogs were used up until 1770 to guard naval installations in France.

The first official use of dogs for military purposes in the United States was during the Seminole Wars. Hounds were used in the American Civil War to protect, send messages, and guard prisoners General Grant recounts how packs of southern bloodhounds were destroyed by Union troops wherever found due to their being trained to hunt men.”

The War Dog comes now to serve the efforts of healing those warriors who have served to protect and serve the greatest nation known to humanity.