A new leash on life for military heroes and shelter dogs.
K9 Advantix® Ⅱ is proud to be the official flea & tick preventive of K9s For Warriors. K9s For Warriors trains shelter dogs to become service dogs for veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
When heroes return, a new struggle begins at home
Our returning veterans survived the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, but sometimes the bigger challenge is what comes next. Upwards of 20% of post-9/11 war veterans suffer from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)2.
That's why K9 Advantix® Ⅱ from Bayer has partnered with K9s For Warriors, a non-profit organization that pairs specially trained service dogs rescued from shelters with veterans suffering from PTSD to help them transition back to civilian life.WATCH VIDEO
1. Kemp J, Bossarte R. (2012). Suicide Data Report, 2012. Department of Veterans Affairs Mental Health Services Suicide Prevention Program report. Available at: www.va.gov/opa/docs/Suicide-Data-Report-2012-Anal.pdf. Accessed January 19, 2016.
2. PTSD: National Center for PTSD; How common is PTSD? U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Web site. http://www.ptsd.va.gov/public/PTSD-overview/basics/how-common-is-ptsd.asp. Accessed 2/23/16.
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Proud to support a worthy cause.
Since 2014, Bayer has contributed more than half a million dollars to the K9s For Warriors initiative. The money helps pay for the intense training shelter dogs undergo before being paired with a warrior. It also helps cover the training the veterans receive after they meet their service dogs.
Bayer has sponsored the training and adoption of 20 shelter-to-service dogs.SEE THE POSITIVE EFFECTS
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Want to help? Here's how.
We are committed to continuing our efforts to help save the lives of veterans suffering from PTSD and the lives of shelter dogs. And you can join us by supporting K9s For Warriors.
The results are amazing. 66% of graduates report a reduction in medications.Support K9s For Warriors
Photos courtesy of K9s For Warriors