More people are discovering the benefits of having a service dog trained to mitigate a specific disability, whether it be to aid and assist after a seizure, alert to a drop in blood sugar levels, [...]
This is a question I hear regularly. The answer is multi-dimensional and differs depending on who you ask. The truth is, at Paws for Purple Hearts (PPH), our responsibilities include so much more [...]
We are honored to provide this service to those who have sacrificed so much for us. Our mission would not be possible without the generosity of our donors.
For the puppies who are bred through our program or through Bergin College of Canine Studies, we have the benefit of beginning puppy petting, training, and socialization as early as possible.
We recently conducted our second volunteer orientation– which included many young students who are out of school for the summer and are eager to help our cause.
The Paws for Purple Hearts Virginia site is coming up on 3 years of serving the Virginia area! We are pleased to say that we now conduct four different Canine-Assisted Warrior Therapy sessions [...]
Paws for Purple Hearts places service dogs with service members and veterans facing challenges such as mobility impairments and diagnosed trauma-related conditions like Post Traumatic Stress or [...]
Paws for Purple Hearts (PPH) is proud to announce we are wrapping up our first assistance dog matching (“client training”) course in Texas. The course required quite a bit of preparation and [...]