The PAWS Act — or Puppies Assisting Wounded Servicemembers Act of 2017 — was reintroduced last month and would implement a pilot program to allow for the VA to provide service dogs to veterans with a mental disability such as post-traumatic stress disorder, a service the government doesn’t already provide. According to the VA’s website, service dogs are provided to veterans “to do specific tasks for a person that he or she cannot do because of a disability,” such as, pick things up, guide a visually-impaired veteran or help someone who has fallen. Read more here: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/06/07/veterans-lawmakers-team-up-to-treat-ptsd-with-dogs.html
By Kaitlyn Schallhorn
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