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Larque and Milo


First off, I want to thank you for allowing Milo and I to be apart of your family. We are genuinely thankful. Dr. Morris, you are a very, very strong and gifted individual. Along this journey, I have witnessed Vets to Vets lose both veterans and animals. Along this journey I've also had the pleasure to meet some amazing veterans and trainers. Thank you all for your support and encouragement

Terry, I want to acknowledge and thank you for what you do. Many of us veterans in your program live with an invisible disability to many (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). You have chosen to get to know us individually and learn issues that we try to hide from many others. You then partner hardheaded stubborn veterans with hardheaded stubborn animals and somehow teach the animals to help the veterans cope with their individual issues. WOW, how in the world do you do that. If I didn't live and see this process happen with my own eyes, I would never think that this process would work, but I am a living witness that it works.

Thank you for having the patience, the drive, and the dedication to seeing that me and my fellow veterans have access to better lifestyles. Since your program, I can honestly say that my life is better with Milo by my side. Graduating today is definitely a bittersweet moment. I am very grateful for what Vets to Vets have done for us, thank you.

Semper Fidelis

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