TEXT TO DONATE! Text the word FIRE to 612-688-4401
Solid Results K9 works to help build the foundation for your puppy and could help grow your relationship with your dog so that you can see all the amazing things he or she can do.
Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/solidresultsk9/
Off Leash K9 Training, Central MN is a veteran owned dog training organization.
A special thanks for Becca Curtis for working with our dogs so that they are eligible for service licensing so help first responders & veterans with PTSD.
Social Media: www.facebook.com/olk9centralmn
Matt is a peer advocate for Serve & Protect
Serve & Protect is a 501©(3) whose mission is to locate and facilitate trauma services for public safety professionals with PTSD symptoms, addictions, or both. Whether residential care or trauma therapists and related services.
Social Media: www.facebook.com/ServeProtect/
RPG Coffee is veteran owned and gives 50% of their profits back to non profits helping first responders and veterans like us.
Please us the link below to order and half the proceeds will come back to us.
Thank you for your continued support!
Thank you Julie for helping First Responders and Veterans with your gift & donation of Jax to FirefightersWithPTSD
Jax is the face of our service dog program,
our organization and is our stud when breeding.
Thank you Julie, once again for your kind heart and expertise.
Abby is our female for breeding with Jax to produce beautiful AKC puppies, some of which will be used in future classes to be trained as service dogs.
Tank and Ranger were donated by the Tillman family in Texas. Veleria and her husband wanted to help change the lives of first responders & veterans with PTSD. Tank will stay with the charity to train and help educate our communities as to what service dogs are and how they can help their handler.
Thank You Ron and Veleria for your support with Firefighters With PTSD.
Deek-A was donated to us by private party Zabrina Watson. Zabrina's life had changed with less time to spend with Deek-A. Zabrina wanted Deek-A to go where she would be happy and get the attention she needs.
Thank you Zabrina for helping our organization.