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My name is Kionte and I have 2 year old siberian husky name Koja. I was injured overseas in
Afghanistan sustaining Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, minor TBI and amputation to my right
leg below the knee. During recovery of my injuries it was really difficult to adapt to normal
lifestyle. I would get anxiety in large crowds making it hard to enjoy going outside with friends
and family then coming home and suffer from depression. The Little Angels staff has been
such a great help with me and Koja. Having Koja has been a life changer for me and people
around me. I am now able to go downtown (which was the worst place for me) and enjoy
myself with little concern of large crowds and passersby. Koja will rest his head on my feet
which is a comforting feeling letting me know all is well at the moment. Koja has been the
biggest and best impact on me and my recovery. This would never have been made possible
without Katie and the rest of the Little Angels staff, so again I Thank You all for making this
possible.

Koja has been trained to alert and interrupt panic attacks, perform Deep Pressure Therapy,
and help Brace for balance.
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Mobility Assistance Dogs for
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Specially trained service dogs can help
mobility impaired children by pulling or pushing
wheelchairs, opening doors, retrieving
dropped items, and bracing for better balance
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Specially trained service dogs can help those
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Seizure Assistance Dogs for
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Specially trained service dogs can help
children and infants live safer lives through
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Psychiatric Service Dogs for
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Specially trained service dogs can help
children with Autism, Aspergers and other
psychiatric disabilities. These dogs are trained
to interrupt destructive behaviors such as melt
downs, or harming oneself. They are also
trained to search for a child who has wandered
away to keep them from harm and/or be
tethered to a child to keep them from darting
away and being hurt. These dogs are miracle
workers, becoming a social bridge for the child
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Psychiatric Service Dogs for
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Specially trained service dogs can help adults
with psychiatric disabilities; such as PTSD for our
soldiers returning from unthinkable situations in
war. These dogs assist our brave men and
women in a way that no other form of therapy can.
Our dogs are trained to alert by pawing at the leg
of their handler when they sense the chemical
changes of a panic attack or flashback, helping
the handler to refocus on the dog. These dogs
are trained to go around corners ahead of the
handler, and to assist with creating larger
personal boundaries in crowded public places.
With the dogs help our soldiers are able to fully
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Seizure Assistance Dogs for
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Diabetic Alert Dogs
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Specially trained service dogs can be taught to
detect the life-threatening drops and rises in
blood sugar, and alert their handlers before
the disabled party is at risk. These dogs can
also learn to dial assistance dog phones in
emergencies, retrieve medication, or go get
help.
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Specially trained service dogs can be taught to
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blood sugar, and alert their handlers before
the disabled party is at risk. These dogs can
also learn to dial assistance dog phones in
emergencies, retrieve medication, or go get
help.

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