Paws for Purple Hearts’ mission is to help these warriors regain a sense of normalcy and purpose after military service. Their drive to help their comrades never faltered after their discharge.
PTSD is a mental health disorder that occurs after someone witnesses or experiences a life-threatening event such as combat or a sexual assault
Paws for Purple Hearts originally began as a pilot program in association with Bergin College of Canine Studies in 2006. What started as a small program in the Menlo Park VA has since blossomed [...]
This week, our San Antonio team packed up the office and took a field trip to support a very special bunch of people- Veterans who were taking part in the Wounded Warrior Project®’s Warrior [...]
. We would like to thank Department President Loretta Marsh and The American Legion Auxiliary for raising over $25,000 to support our work to provide our top-notch service dogs and highly [...]
Paws for Purple Hearts places service dogs with service members and veterans facing challenges such as mobility impairments and diagnosed trauma-related conditions like Post Traumatic Stress or [...]
Paws for Purple Hearts Team San Antonio has been quite active since our grand opening in September! We have been settling in nicely with the help of our great partners at Port San Antonio. We [...]