I would like to thank you for your selfless dedication and service for our nation. You are the reason we were founded and why we exist. We look forward to serving you.
Shannon Walker, CEO and Founder
Our service dogs stand alongside their Veterans, providing companionship and support in daily life, whether at home or in public settings. Professionally trained, they instill a sense of security and resilience, mitigating the symptoms of PTSD with life-changing results. With a NWBB Service Dog, you can begin to regain your freedom and independence. Experience the transformative power of companionship these amazing service dogs offer, becoming a source of solace, leading to renewed strength and an improved quality of life.
Our service dogs help their Veterans step outside their comfort zones with increased confidence and independence, ensuring that life becomes more accessible and comfortable. They empower Veterans to reengage in activities and experiences they once thought were out of reach. Whether it's regular daily life activities, attending events, special occasions, or participating in their loved ones' lives, these service dogs give Veterans the confidence to actively contribute and be part of these moments without fear or hesitation, ultimately restoring the ability to embrace the joys of life.
Our service dogs go beyond providing support; they play a vital role in nurturing and strengthening relationships. By enhancing an overall well-being, these companions contribute to the growth and improvement of relationships with family, friends, and the community. The presence of these service dogs fosters a sense of connection among most Veterans, leading to increased engagement and stronger bonds. Through the companionship they receive, Veterans find a revitalized sense of autonomy and self-reliance.
"There are areas where I am weaker where Nikki has the strengths. He provides me with a lot of confidence. I have challenges and see how sure he is of himself, which helps me.”
“I heard about service dogs for veterans like me and wanted a dog more than anything. The idea of having a service dog in my life, providing companionship and assistance to guide me through my worst moments, kept me going.”