11 Dogs Rescued, to Be Trained as Therapeutic Dogs for Wounded Veterans

On Monday, Fort Bragg’s Stray Animal Control and Pet Adoption Facility partnered with the local organization, Fayetteville Animal Protection Society (FAPS) and Guardians of Rescue to ultimately provide wounded warriors and veterans with dogs.

Upon getting vaccines updates and micro-chipped at FAPS in Fayetteville, the 11 dogs will travel to Long Island, NY where they will undergo training and be matched up with a veteran.

Guardians of Rescue was established in 2011 to foster programs and activities that further the unique benefits of interaction between people and animals.

Robert Misseri, President of Guardians of Rescue traveled down from New York to Fort Bragg for their first rescue of canine friends.

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