Training shelter dogs to be service dogs for military veterans

  • Animals
  • Sunday, 26 Apr 2020

Doug Wonacott of Tennessee, the United States, and his service dog Delta, formerly a rescue from Furry Friends Adoption, Clinic and Ranch. Photo: Tribune News Service

Doug Wonacott took a trip to the Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, the United States, recently.

What may be a quick errand to some is more complicated for the US Army veteran. After 15 deployments during his nearly 21-year career, Wonacott said he has post-traumatic stress disorder and is averse to crowds.

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