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Father Ron shares insight into the spiritual dimension of the War in Iraq and the War at Home.
Navy Reserve chaplain Ron Camarda didn’t want to go to Iraq.
But go he did, writing in his journal the names of the 2,000 troops — some dead, many wounded — he met along the way.
Later, if there’s a problem with obedience, the dog must be sent away for reinforcement training.
Paws and Stripes’ trainers teach the dogs and the veterans together, so veterans maintain training themselves.
His experience at the Marine Surgical Hospital and in the City during the battle for Fallujah changed him and those who know him.
In other programs, service animals can cost the disabled person from ,000 to ,000. Q: My parish priest told me that “we (meaning the Catholic Church) do not believe that animals go to heaven, because they have no souls.” But, my heart and faith in Jesus tells me otherwise. A: This is perhaps the most epic question I am asked, in numerous and varying contexts.Paws and Stripes provides the dogs, training, equipment, and initial veterinary care of dogs adopted through the program for free. ******************************** K9s For Warriors is dedicated to providing service canines to our Warriors suffering from Post-traumatic Stress Disability, traumatic brain injury and/or military sexual trauma as a result of military service post-9/11. Countless books and articles have been given over to the question of animals in heaven and there is the long and short of it, depending on where you really want to go.Our goal is to empower them to return to civilian life with dignity and independence. So, I will answer the initial question, and follow it with an abridged explanation for the positive. While preparing this column, I asked veteran Terry Lowe of Marshall County, Tennessee (who sent 18 months in a tank in Vietnam and whose father was with Dwight Eisenhower’s army all the way from Normandy Beach to Berlin) what he would like to tell my readership for Veterans Day.Although he threw in some colorful details about backroom deals and sniper attacks, the short answer was “Don’t ever forget.” A simple request, but one we often find hard to carry out. , a powerful book containing his memoirs of life and death at the Battle for Fallujah in Iraq.
We help veterans choose their own dogs from local shelters.In other programs, the dogs may be trained to perform predetermined tasks.