Holiday House Pet Resort & Training Center supports the United States War Dogs Association
Holiday House Pet Resort & Training Center and Doylestown Veterinary Hospital & Holistic Pet Care support the United States War Dogs Association. Our annual summer fundraising efforts benefit the Association’s prescription program for retired military working dogs, as well as service dogs working for government agencies or law enforcement. The Rx Program provides free prescriptions to dogs enrolled in the program.
Many of the dogs require medications to help with pain management, inflammation, anxiety/PTSD, allergies and other medical conditions including seizures and cancer treatment in some cases. The program also provides parasite preventives and prescription foods.
“These retired military dogs are usually adopted by their military handlers or other well-vetted families. Many dogs require costly medical care and prescriptions. Our free Rx program financially supports the families to provide the necessary care our canine veterans need. There are about 200 dogs currently enrolled and costs reach thousands of dollars every month,” said Mr. Aiello.
These military working dogs served with our troops in dangerous situations to perform essential, and heroic, jobs. We can give THANKS by funding a vital program that helps with the cost of essential medications.
WHAT IS THE UNITED STATES War Dogs Association?
The United States War Dogs Association supports active military and retired war dogs as well as civilian canines retired from government contract work and law enforcement. Programs include raising funds and awareness for war memorials and service recognition, educational programs, corporate partnerships for specialty veterinary care, prescriptions, pet supplies and care packages, and transportation and adoptions services. The association is headquartered in Burlington, NJ with local chapters located across the United States. For more information about the organization, its mission, programs, and membership, visit: www.uswardogs.org.