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Patriot PAWS – Who We Are

Hear from volunteers and staff in this overview of what Patriot PAWS is all about! We appreciate any support you can give us on #NTxGivingDay when you give to Patriot PAWS at https://northtexasgivingday.org/npo/p…

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Patriot PAWS – Prison Program

Be inspired by Patriot PAWS Aggieland Trainer, Cindy Sutton’s, #WhyIGive story!

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Patriot PAWS – A Veteran’s Perspective

Veteran Coordinator, Aaron Mixell, shares his passion for helping disabled veterans.

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Patriot PAWS – Our Training Director

Training Director – Bonnie, shares her passion for helping disabled veterans and raising Patriot PAWS puppies.

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Inmates, vets find new hope through service dog program

GATESVILLE – Inside this women’s prison North of Gatesville, two people with very different lives will forever be connected by a dog named Stan.

Inmate Nicole Windham’s five DUIs got her a sentence of 13 years.

“If you don’t take responsibility for it and say, ‘I got myself here,’ and humble yourself – that’s been the biggest thing, humbling yourself from wherever you came from,” Windham said.

See the full story and video here.
www.wfaa.com

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Every Veteran Deserves A Service Dog!

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Patriot PAWS is a non-profit dedicated to providing disabled veterans with service dogs and no cost to the veteran. Each service dog is specially trained by elite dog trainers to assist and protect veterans with life-altering injuries, PTSD, and other disabilities. Each dog takes approximately two years to train, costing the organization around $33,000 per pup. Now, The Texas Federation of Republican Women is raising funds to help!

Click on the link below for the full story.
www.thepinkarmadillo.com

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Patriot PAWS Tommy back on Good Day Austin

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Tommy is back and the Good Day anchors get an update on him and find out what else he’s doing in town.

Click the link below to see the full story.
http://www.fox7austin.com/good-day/246979381-story

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Service dog organizations see increase in veterans calling for help

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Patriot PAWS is still having trouble getting service dogs to disabled veterans quickly enough. In fact, the average wait is more than three years long.

While three years is a long wait for anybody, for veterans who suffer from PTSD, knowing help is three years away seems like a lifetime.

Click below to see the full story.
www.fox7austin.com

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ELEAD1ONE Community Partner: Patriot Paws — A Hero’s Helper


 

Step inside of the life changing relationship between retired U.S. Army Ranger Aaron Mixell and his service dog Chief. Chief is just one of the dozens of companions matched with our military men and women in need of assistance that only these highly trained dogs can provide.
Creative Lead Chris Chatterton captured Aaron and Chief’s story in this 3-minute video for our North Texas-based community partner Patriot Paws.