‘It could make a difference in a lot of dogs’: Doctor tries PTSD treatment for first time on animal

Story from DailyHerald.com

14 September 2018

By Burt Constable, Editor

A service dog for an Iraq War veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, gentle Reno developed his own PTSD in November after he was pinned under a crashed van and suffered burns.

“He displayed a lot of anxiety,” says owner Sonia Campos-Marchiori, who with her husband, Paul Marchiori, founded the V.E.T. Service Dogs charity that trained Reno and other service dogs. “He was tearing couches up and pulling curtains down.”

Reno barks loudly, growls and snarls as he’s led into the Veterinary Specialty Center in Buffalo Grove…

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