I’m raising funds to help me get a service dog from Arizona Goldens LLC program, I have Autism, Arthritis, PTSD and major case of anxiety, and have a task train that will stop me from harming myself.
I already spoken to the program and what needs to be done, and they are willing to help me out with my problems, if you need to talk or anything I’m here to listen about the program so you can completely understand more about it why I have chosen the program, they said it was $32,000 but that’s included with everything like 10 day boot camp in my home, no travel required they come to my place, follow up support, trained for my particular needa.
I am proud of my strength, but I also acknowledge when I need help. Service dogs are incredible forms of assistance for disabled individuals, like myself, especially those who suffer from psychiatric and I regularly meditate, exercise, work on self-help techniques, attend therapy, and work with my doctors and I am still disabled.
Having a service dog means I can live a more independent, confident, and expansive life. A service dog is freedom for me.
The Beauty of a Service Dog
Over the past years my symptoms have intensified. Like my anxiety, depression, and many mental illnesses, PTSD have no medications that directly help the symptoms. But there is one thing that literally responds to and helps symptoms: a service dog.
Service dogs are specifically trained to assist their handler and help them manage their symptoms through a series of tasks they complete. There is also a beautiful bond between the handler and dog that goes beyond your usual pet.
A service dog could literally warn me of an anxiety attack before it happens so I can prevent it.
A Major Thanks from Me to You!
I want to sincerely thank you for your donation, share, or any way you are contributing to this campaign. This is a life changing moment for me, to have the chance to raise and adopt a service dog to assist me with my disabilities. You are bringing unconditional love, compassion, and amazing symptom-management into my life. I will be forever grateful for every dollar raised.
You and the impact you are making on my life will not be forgotten. Thank you so somuch for all you have helped me with.
For these reasons, a service dog means more than just help—this dog could very well save my life.
I found a great dog program in Arizona that is willing to help with training my PTSD and mood disorders, and Autism and light mobility.
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