Army Veteran Ken Knabenshue knows all too well about survival stories, but most of them aren’t of his time in the service, but rather the one’s he has helped to created right in his backyard. Ken founded Working Dogs for Vets, an organization that pairs rescue dogs with veterans who need help and are suffering with things like PTSD to traumatic brain injuries. Not only does Ken help provide thousands of hours of training per dog, but he also does it for free.
Veteran’s program gives hope to rescues and vets alike
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