DOD examines use of canine therapy for PTSD

04/17/2012 | Atlantic online, The

The Department of Defense is training dogs to help treat soldiers with post-traumatic stress disorder. An experimental program being run through the DOD's National Intrepid Center of Excellence rotates dogs through a group of patients for training, which has the added benefit of providing treatment for the 20 service member trainers. The DOD is tracking the results.

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