Daily Pet: Service Dogs Helping Veterans 05:01

It is becoming more and more common hearing about how service dogs are helping veterans deal with PTSD and traumatic brain injuries. Watch some graduates of the Soldier's Best Friend program talk about their experience with their service dogs in today's Daily Pet video. 

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