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Service dogs can help veterans with PTSD – growing evidence shows they may reduce anxiety in practical ways

By Leanne Nieforth, Ph.D. Student, Purdue University
Marguerite E. O'Haire, Associate Professor of Human-Animal Interaction, Purdue University
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Traditional treatments for PTSD, such as talk therapy and medication, do work for some veterans. But service dogs can make a difference when those methods fall short.

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