Paws for Patriots™

 

Veteran Mike Jernigan and guide dog Brittany in Veterans CourtyardGenerations of veterans have sacrificially served our country. They leave family, train tough, and survive extreme conditions. Some endure explosions and injuries, and many have lost their vision or suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress. Our Paws for Patriots programs serve active duty soldiers and retired servicemen and women with the respect and dignity they deserve. Veterans have served for freedom’s sake, and now they deserve the freedom to navigate with heads high and renewed confidence.

On behalf of American heroes who have sacrificed so much, Southeastern Guide Dogs presents Paws for Patriots:

Guide Dogs

Pairs highly trained guide dogs with visually impaired veterans. Veterans live and learn on campus, then receive lifetime follow-up and support. If you are a blinded veteran interested in learning more about how you may obtain a guide dog from Southeastern Guide Dogs, please click here to learn more.

Veteran Service Dogs

Trains and places exceptional dogs not suitable for guide work into careers benefiting veterans who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress. Gaining confidence from these dogs, veterans expand their lives, regain mobility and independence and re-integrate into their communities. Learn more.

Facility Dogs

Places therapy dogs into military hospitals to spread cheer and encouragement and help wounded warriors heal from their injuries. Learn more.

To learn more about how you can buy a commemorative brick in our Veterans Courtyard, click here.

Southeastern Guide Dogs, Inc.
4210 77th Street East, Palmetto, FL 34221
Telephone: 941.729.5665 | Fax: 941.729.6646


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