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Research by Purdue University has shown that service dogs can help reduce hyper-vigilance, night tremors, outbursts of anger and cortisol levels experienced by veterans. These are the primary symptoms of PTSD perpetuating the epidemic. Help us get a service dog to a veteran in need!

Thousands of veterans come home from the battlefield disabled either physically or mentally. With more than 600 veterans taking their own lives per month—over 7,000 annually—veteran suicide is an epidemic. One beacon of hope however, is the positive impact of a service dog.

NEARLY 75% of Project 2 Heal puppies donated to partner organizations are successfully placed with SOMEONE IN NEED



How can you help?

join our healing pawtners!

It can take up to 4 years and between $25,000—$40,000 to provide a life-changing service dog to a veteran struggling with PTSD or loss of limb. Project 2 Heal is a non-profit working to reduce the cost and time needed to provide a service dog to someone in need. We accomplish this by breeding, nurturing, and donating world-class Labrador Retriever puppies that become service dogs for veterans, children with special needs, or adults with disabilities.

help heal a veteran

By joining our Healing Pawtners! Your monthly contribution of $25, $50, or $100 will provide a consistent and reliable source of funding to help us meet our mission. Your support will help nurture our puppies' growth and development, as we prepare them to change lives as future service dogs.

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service dog RECIPIENTS

brian mccrady

Brian McCrady is a retired Army Medic who has faced both physical and mental challenges as a result of his military service. Today, along with his service dog Chauncey, he's an advocate for the impact of service dogs.

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