There are a staggering number of Veterans who suffer with PTSD and the severe and crippling effect it has on them. There are also a large number of dogs being destroyed. These dogs can be rescued, trained as service dogs, and save Veterans lives. 

Captain Jason Haag suffers from combat-related traumatic brain injury and PTSD conditions that left him grappling as a civilian with debilitating depression and anxiety, night terrors, and flashbacks. Then he met and his service dog Axel. Axel saved Captain Jason’s life. Axel is a PTSD service dog specially trained to detect and respond to the invisible wounds of war. Axel disrupts Jason’s panic attacks – barking, licking, or nudging him with his cold, wet nose – waking him from night terrors, and keeping him calm in high-stress situations. The German shepherd is constantly at his side and Jason credits Axel with saving his life.  

The Cause

Veterans are committing suicide at the rate of almost one an hour every day – 20 lives a day! Millenium Products has joined efforts of the American Humane program to raise money to help save and train service dogs. The American Humane program is a 501 (c)(3).

Our Goal

We are asking for your help to raise enough money for one dog ($15,000) to be rescued and trained. The dog will be matched with a Veteran suffering from PTSD and together, we will help save a Veterans life!

How You Can Help

Would you consider giving a $15 donation (or more if you chose) to help save a Veteran? And remember a dog will be rescued too. This 2-way application will give both of them something they can bark about. Donate Now!

Spread The Word

Please help spread the word by sharing this on social media and with your friends. We are grateful for your contributions and help providing these military heroes with the lifesaving service dogs they need.

If you prefer to mail a check, mail it directly to: American Humane c/o Chelsea Hall 1400 16th St NW, Suite 360, Washington, DC 20036

The need for healing PTSD service dogs is urgent

An estimated 14 percent of service members and veterans suffer from combat-related PTSD, including as many as one in five veterans of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. According to research from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, there are on average 20 veteran suicides every day.

We are now asking for your help to advance these lifesaving efforts. These incredible dogs can be the difference between life and death for wounded warriors. The process is fast, easy, and secure. 

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