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The more I have thought about service dogs, the more I am sure I want one regardless of the VA decision. I think it would change my life.

I cannot be in places with lots of people, cannot walk over pedestrian overpasses, have to leave movies to get re-grounded and get through a panic attack and so on...

Any suggestions for a good agency?

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post-11699-0-87338000-1320710899_thumb.j - I have a service dog- this is mine - her name is Beans - she is a Pitbull mix.... they are wonderful animals for anxiety and PTSD getting out and about. Mine has helped me 10 fold in that area. I received mine from a loca sevice dogl agency that trains an licenses them in our area...FREE for vets with proven PTSD, anxiety, or depression cases. Where are you located? Edited by usmcgirl

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Great pic!

I will either be living in New Haven or Chicago when I return.

post-11699-0-87338000-1320710899_thumb.j - I have a service dog- this is mine - her name is Beans - she is a Pitbull mix.... they are wonderful animals for anxiety and PTSD getting out and about. Mine has helped me 10 fold in that area. I received mine from a loca sevice dogl agency that trains an licenses them in our area...FREE for vets with proven PTSD, anxiety, or depression cases. Where are you located?

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here is one in Chicago that is free for Vets http://www.chicagodogcoach.com/dog-training/get-a-service-dog-trained-for-your-special-needs

here is another good one that is reputable : http://www.patriotpaws.org/index.html - patriot paws goes all over the country as to where some are more localized.

http://www.freedomservicedogs.org/ - here is one that the VA uses.

Great pic!

I will either be living in New Haven or Chicago when I return.

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Thank you so much.

here is one in Chicago that is free for Vets http://www.chicagodo...r-special-needs

here is another good one that is reputable : http://www.patriotpaws.org/index.html - patriot paws goes all over the country as to where some are more localized.

http://www.freedomservicedogs.org/ - here is one that the VA uses.

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