Recently the United States House of Representatives has passed a bill that would establish a program where service members suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) could train shelter dogs to be service dogs for disable veterans. Pets not only give veterans companionship but also help them in rehabilitation. Veterans often face depression, or traumatic stress disorder after returning to civilian life, sometimes they even contemplate suicide.
Pets can prove to be a life saving friend by giving them companionship. On the other hand pets get a second chance at life if adopted from shelters. To assist our veterans in finding their loyal friends, we have listed a few organizations that offer a waived adoption fee for the month of November.