Benning Valor Service Dog

Valor Services Dogs are raised with specific goals for our Veterans which maybe to aid in healing the mind, heart,and soul, along with any physical needs he/she may need.

Charlene Agan and her dog Benning, competing with Valor Service Dogs says "Benning is one of Valor's Service Dogs in training. Valor offers purpose-bred golden retrievers to post-9/11 wounded veterans. Benning is being specially trained to be a mobility assistance/PTSD dog with the purpose of mitigating symptoms of PTSD and/or assisting with completion of daily tasks. I am a supporter of Valor since its inception and a good friend with the individual who is the Puppy Coach for Benning and she is also the individual who bought the Kuranda bed for him, which he loves. Benning's Kuranda is an extra large so I believe the fleece should be accordingly."

Carol Lansford and her team at Valor Service Dogs says "Valor Service Dogs is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization that helps post-9/11 combat wounded veterans regain their independence, return to civilian life, and maintain successful partnerships through the training and placing of mobility assistance and PTSD service dogs. "

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The even support of a Kuranda bed is better for your dog’s joints.
Air can flow under the bed, keeping your dog cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Our beds are easy to clean! Just wipe them off or hose them down.
Why not add a fleece pad for extra coziness?
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