“The hardest part of combat, was continuously worrying about the guy or gal beside you. I didn’t care where we deployed to, I had that constant feeling of I can’t let any of my brothers and sisters down…” said Kevin Doncaster. Can PTSD Service Dogs Be Life Savers For Cops and Veterans? – Warhawk PTSD Service Dogs in this episode of the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast.

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(Logo courtesy of Kevin Doncaster. Can PTSD Service Dogs Be Life Savers For Cops and Veterans? – Warhawk PTSD Service Dogs.)

Kevin Doncaster talks about his experiences in combat as a U.S. Marine. He also discusses his respect and appreciation for Law Enforcement Officers, plus the similarities and differences between the experiences of law enforcement officers, first responders and combat veterans. He talks about the life saving mission of Warhawk
P.T.S.D. Service Dogs.

(Photo courtesy of Kevin Doncaster. Can PTSD Service Dogs Be Life Savers For Cops and Veterans? – Warhawk PTSD Service Dogs.)

If you like dogs, law enforcement, first responders, military veterans or know someone with PTSD, don’t miss this episode of the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast. Warhawk PTSD service dogs provides specially trained dogs for law enforcement, first responders and veterans in need.

(Photo courtesy of Kevin Doncaster. Can PTSD Service Dogs Be Life Savers For Cops and Veterans? – Warhawk PTSD Service Dogs.)

From Warhawk PTSD Service Dogs facebook page, “We are developing a program with Australian Shepherds, but working with other groups and even rescue organizations, that qualify PTSD candidates, and pair up a potential recipient with a companion, emotional support, or service dog to them. As we continue to grow this community, and branch out, please continue to support those in service to us. Veterans and First Responders is where our heart is at. But we will do our best to funnel resources to those in need.”

(Photo courtesy of Kevin Doncaster.)

Click here or on the image below to listen to this episode of the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast.

(Photos and logo courtesy of Kevin Doncaster, compiled by LET staff. )

Please join us in thanking Kevin Doncaster for his service, and for all that he does to help Law Enforcement, First Responders and Veterans in need.


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