Rottweiler Is Trained to Love And Protect Those With PTSD

Rottweiler Is Trained to Love And Protect Those With PTSD

Rottweiler Is Trained to Love And Protect
Post-traumatic stress disorder is a sickness that can be activated in anyone’s life, following a traumatic event. Regardless, of whether the person experienced it themselves or was a witness to the event happening there is a terrifying after effect that plagues their life. It can last for a long time to come, if not for the rest of their lives. It is a sickness that ultimately affects millions of people in the world today. It is particularly prevalent among military combat soldiers that return home following tours, during war time events.

Fortunately, proactive action has been taken on the behalf of sufferers, to help them fight the battle in their everyday life. Now, there are loyal service dogs that are being trained to assist people in coping with the symptoms that are synonymous with this disease. Just a few of those symptoms include; anxiety, depression, and panic attacks. These are consistent aspects of the disease that plague a person with PTSD; however, when the person is paired with a trained service dog such as the Rottweiler in the video the positive results are easy to see.

The service rottweiler dog not only provides constant companionship, an unconditionally loving demeanor, and it also helps to direct the train of thought from less wanted thoughts from the past. All of these components to interactions with the service rottweiler dog are able to help stave off panic attacks in the person suffering from the dreaded disease.

In the video, you will witness a truly warm and imperative interaction between them that eventually forms into a bonding relationship between the man and his service dog. It is a must see and a must share in order to get the word out for those in need. It is a remarkable video that will ultimately help to spread awareness and to help those who may not know about this service. The most important thing, is to spread the word, that they do not have to suffer alone when there is help available for them.

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