Jaxson came into my life at just the right time. It was an immediate bonding. My service dog, of many years, was passing from lung cancer. Her and Jaxson became best friends immediately. She suddenly had a friend to help her with her passing and me with my grief. He was with her when she passed and he can not let me out of his sight. He is an amazing energetic furry love bug. Extremely lucky to have him in my life.
Former Special Operations Combat Medic Medic Former Marine
Ashley, my Service Dog, provides me the opportunity to be the Man I am, the Father I was meant to be, and the Husband my wife deserves. Ashley, my Service Dog, without a doubt completes my Fire Team, she is my Ranger Buddy for Life!
Jane Baskerville, CSM, USA (Ret)
USSOCOM Care Coalition Advocate
I have worked with JT for many years now. If a SM is deserving, needs a dog for various tasks, I speak to JT. I trust her explicitly. A lot of people say they know what a service dog is and how to train one. JT is the subject matter expert on real expectations, and the amount of time and money it takes to have a trained dog. Not to mention what type of dog is best for what type of activity. There is a difference.