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Merry Christmas

 As we celebrate Christmas, all of us at Dogs Helping Heroes (DHH) want to take a moment and thank YOU for your support of DHH and our missions this past year.With your donations and support, we have:We Rescued Dogs in need and transformed them into service dogsWe Helped Rehabilitate Inmates in two local prisons. Some of the inmates that we helped are veterans and first respondersWe helped restore lost freedom and peace of mind to five very deserving Heroes and their familiesWithout YOU, none of this would have been possible. THANK YOU!From all of us [...]

By |2020-05-19T13:46:35-04:00December 24th, 2016|Uncategorized|

DHH and our Hero teams have been busy

Over the last few months Dogs Helping Heroes with the help and support of our hero teams have focused on getting the word out about our program. We have given presentations, set up booths at events, and been a part of many activities. In April our teams attended the DAV state meeting and a Veterans Luncheon. In May we were a part of the Unbridled Eve Derby Gala, Louisville City Football Club Hero night, The Waggin' Tail Event and gave a presentation at the Unitarian Church. Memorial Day weekend we participated in the Clarksville [...]

By |2020-05-19T13:39:08-04:00August 11th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Justin and Cleo

Meet our newest family members, Hero Justin Troxell and his battle buddy Cleo! Our Executive Director, David Benson worked on integrating service dog commands like "Support" to help Justin up from the couch and "At Ease" when Justin gets anxious due to complications from PTSD. Thank you Justin and his family for inviting us to your home to help you regain your freedom with the help of a DHH service dog. Good Girl Cleo!!

By |2020-05-19T13:30:13-04:00April 19th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Milestone for Reardon

Message from Thomas Reardon and Duddy April 5, 2016 Man do I have a story to tell. It feels great to be alive and free again. My family and I are in the Smoky Mountains. While the girls were shopping, Casey and I took Duddy up into the mountains. I was brought to tears over the ability to spend time in nature with my son again. Duddy swam, we played and had fun. I don’t have the means to pay you back or thank you enough for what Dogs Helping Heroes has given me. [...]

By |2020-05-19T13:32:40-04:00April 5th, 2016|Uncategorized|
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