Photo courtesy of Canine Companions for Independence

Canine Companions Service Dog Devon is expertly trained to assist retired USMC Explosive Ordinance Specialist Charlie Linville with everyday tasks, including retrieving his prosthesis, carrying items and much more. Devon, like all Canine Companions service dogs, was provided free of charge.

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“On behalf of the American Battle Monuments Commission, I would like to express my gratitude to K9s Serving Vets (and specifically to Ms. Kira Clark) for helping me understand US Law and veteran sensitivities regarding Service Animals in public spaces. I was working with a small team to develop our policy for how to deal with animals in our overseas American Military Cemeteries, and Kira gave some very expert advice that framed the way we addressed the problem of “emotional support animals” vs “service animals.” As a veteran myself, I’m honored to call Kira a friend and colleague, and I am especially grateful that she has dedicated herself to bettering the lives of our nation’s heroes. Bravo Kira – Keep it up!!”

Major Matthew P. Brown, USA, Retired
Assistant Superintendent, American Battle Monuments Commission

About Us

As the liaison between Veterans, the Department of Veterans Affairs and service dog training organizations, we empower Veterans by helping them partner with service dogs to transform their lives.

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Triangle, VA 22172
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