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Dave Marino

from Colorado Springs

wrote on September 12, 2019:
What an Amazing Organization with dedicated Staff and volunteers that continue to support the mission with helping veterans achieve a full life of increased independence, purpose and dignity through a partnership with a loving service companion. I suffer every day from the Horrors of war, seizures, night terrors and panic attacks; they are helping me.
What an Amazing Organization with dedicated Staff and volunteers that continue to support the mission with helping veterans achieve a full life of increased independence, purpose and dignity through a partnership with a loving service companion. I suffer every day from the Horrors of war, seizures, night terrors and panic attacks; they are helping me.

Admin Reply by: Chrysta Currington
It is our honor to be able to help our deserving veterans!
It is our honor to be able to help our deserving veterans!

Marilyn Shannon


wrote on June 26, 2019:
The people in this organization care deeply for the vets they are serving and are passionate about making a difference in their lives. They are honorable and ethical people and I would highly recommend them to any vets who would like to pursue finding a dog that can help them in their daily lives.
The people in this organization care deeply for the vets they are serving and are passionate about making a difference in their lives. They are honorable and ethical people and I would highly recommend them to any vets who would like to pursue finding a dog that can help them in their daily lives.

Tom Marino


wrote on April 8, 2019:
I have worked with Wounded, Ill, and Injured Marines and Sailors for over 10 years under Head Quarters Marine Corps, Wounded Warrior Regiment. We work with many Charitable and Benevolent orgs to assist our warriors and their families on a long path to recovery and transition. Victory Service Dogs is a Top Notch organization with a likeminded mission. They are improving our Wounded Warriors quality of life, bringing back hope, and in many cases giving them a reason to keep living. 5 stars all day long and many thanks. S/F Master Gunnery Sergeant Marino USMC
I have worked with Wounded, Ill, and Injured Marines and Sailors for over 10 years under Head Quarters Marine Corps, Wounded Warrior Regiment. We work with many Charitable and Benevolent orgs to assist our warriors and their families on a long path to recovery and transition. Victory Service Dogs is a Top Notch organization with a likeminded mission. They are improving our Wounded Warriors quality of life, bringing back hope, and in many cases giving them a reason to keep living. 5 stars all day long and many thanks. S/F Master Gunnery Sergeant Marino USMC

Admin Reply by: Chrysta Currington
We are honored to be able to help our deserving veterans!
We are honored to be able to help our deserving veterans!

Billnone

from Colorado Springs

wrote on April 2, 2019:
Victory Service Dogs is the best non-profit service dog organization in Colorado. They have continuously supported my husband's recovery from the very beginning. It has been a complete honor and privilege to know Steve, Kim and the wonderful volunteers at Victory Service Dogs. They have many caring and loving volunteers that help make a positive change in many peoples lives. My husband struggles with PTSD, Seizures and several other disabilities; he is finally getting the care he needs with the help of this beautiful treasure. Thanks so much for helping my family Victory Service Dogs! God bless you all for what you do and for taking care of my family.
Victory Service Dogs is the best non-profit service dog organization in Colorado. They have continuously supported my husband's recovery from the very beginning. It has been a complete honor and privilege to know Steve, Kim and the wonderful volunteers at Victory Service Dogs. They have many caring and loving volunteers that help make a positive change in many peoples lives. My husband struggles with PTSD, Seizures and several other disabilities; he is finally getting the care he needs with the help of this beautiful treasure. Thanks so much for helping my family Victory Service Dogs! God bless you all for what you do and for taking care of my family.

Admin Reply by: Chrysta Currington
We are honored! We are blessed to be able to serve our deserving veterans. Thank you for your kind review.
We are honored! We are blessed to be able to serve our deserving veterans. Thank you for your kind review.

Dax Presuto


wrote on March 13, 2019:
A great organization to volunteer with–I get to see the real benefits of their service to vets every day I am in their office–they literally have saved the lives of vets on the brink thanks to their efforts. They are a small organization right now, but doing everything they can to match as many vets with dogs, and get them trained, as possible. It is hard work on a small budget with a small staff, and it is sad to read negative reviews simply because they can't get to everyone who needs help (and lots of people don't meet, or fail to read, the eligibility criteria stated on the website). It isn't VSD's fault, for sure. I wish those folks came to volunteer with me, or foster a dog, or donate, so we could all help Victory Service Dogs better achieve their mission and improve the quality of life of more vets who need it. Kudos to Steve Corey and the team for having the guts to try and fight veteran suicide and help vets in need–it is an honor to work with them, and I am so impressed with what they can do! Their dog training is awesome, and now they have a new facility that will really help with the classes and execution. Keep up the hard work Victory Service Dogs!!
A great organization to volunteer with–I get to see the real benefits of their service to vets every day I am in their office–they literally have saved the lives of vets on the brink thanks to their efforts. They are a small organization right now, but doing everything they can to match as many vets with dogs, and get them trained, as possible. It is hard work on a small budget with a small staff, and it is sad to read negative reviews simply because they can't get to everyone who needs help (and lots of people don't meet, or fail to read, the eligibility criteria stated on the website). It isn't VSD's fault, for sure. I wish those folks came to volunteer with me, or foster a dog, or donate, so we could all help Victory Service Dogs better achieve their mission and improve the quality of life of more vets who need it. Kudos to Steve Corey and the team for having the guts to try and fight veteran suicide and help vets in need–it is an honor to work with them, and I am so impressed with what they can do! Their dog training is awesome, and now they have a new facility that will really help with the classes and execution. Keep up the hard work Victory Service Dogs!!

Arin Baszzarone


wrote on December 21, 2018:
VSD has been an amazing organization that has truly changed my life. I was wanting a large dog due to my specific PTSD symptoms and I couldn’t have asked for a better dog. My 80 pound Max has been amazing. He has made my life so much better. The way Victory works is the veteran Is hands on in the training. It has made me more comfortable in social situations and more open to new things. I can’t thank them enough for having such an amazing program to help vets get their life back.
VSD has been an amazing organization that has truly changed my life. I was wanting a large dog due to my specific PTSD symptoms and I couldn’t have asked for a better dog. My 80 pound Max has been amazing. He has made my life so much better. The way Victory works is the veteran Is hands on in the training. It has made me more comfortable in social situations and more open to new things. I can’t thank them enough for having such an amazing program to help vets get their life back.

Admin Reply by: Chrysta Currington
Thank you Arin, you and Max are amazing.
Thank you Arin, you and Max are amazing.

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