Tag: Dog Training

Victory Newsletter!: December 2019

The past year has been one of change and excitement for Victory Service Dogs. We moved out of a spare office and into our very own facility that houses our administrative offices, multiple training rooms, and a venue for events and fundraisers. We also survived our first (and hopefully only!) break in!   There have…

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Give! 2019: Victory Service Dogs

by: Christina Dawidowicz Posted: Dec 23, 2019 / 03:36 PM MST / Updated: Dec 23, 2019 / 03:37 PM MST COLORADO SPRINGS — These pups aren’t your average dogs. They’re Victory Service Dogs, trained to help veterans. “A service dog for our veterans gets them out of the house. That’s one of the big things that our veterans struggle with….

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The VA Doesn’t Cover Service Dogs To Help With PTSD, But Congress Could Change That

By Dan Boyce October 30, 2019 Original Post https://www.cpr.org/2019/10/30/the-va-doesnt-cover-service-dogs-to-help-with-ptsd-but-congress-could-change-that/ Air Force Veteran Ken Morrow relies on his service dog Toby to help him deal with conditions ranging from vertigo to anger issues. Air Force veteran Ken Morrow never deployed, but his time in the service left him with injuries anyway. For years, he was subjected to loud…

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Victory Service Dogs CEO and Founder Steve Corey on Mountain Country 107.3FM

 Steve Corey, CEO & Founder of Victory Service Dogs, was invited to Mountain Country’s live radio for an interview about VSD and the upcoming Pawtoberfest Event.  

Victory Service Dogs July 2019 Graduation!

We officially graduated 10 more of our wonderful Service Dog Teams! Help us to congratulate their awesome accomplishment! To graduate from our training program, each of our teams are required to complete 7 modules of a 9 module program, lasting anywhere from 18-24 months on average. During the program, a dog is considered a “Service…

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