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PAWS Act allows VA Money to Cover Service Dogs for Vets with PTSD

POSTED April 17, 2016 BY THE VETERANS SITE

Veterans returning home from deployment often deal with post-traumatic stress disorder or other chronic health problems, and service dogs can be a valuable tool for helping them cope and heal. The Veterans Administration does not currently pay for service dogs for PTSD, but the Puppies Assisting Wounded Servicemembers Act, or PAWS Act, aims to change that.

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