The benefits of these partnerships is great. Assistance partner dogs provide veterans suffering from PTSD and other disorders with comfort and companionship - something medication is unable to provide.
For now, Operation Wolfhound relies on donated time from over 100 volunteers to run their program and does not currently accept donations. To read more, visit http://www.lundr.com, or find them on Facebook by searching "Operation Wolfhound".
Similar organizations are operating to provide service dogs to wounded Veterans.
Psychiatric Service Dog Society is currently raising funds to support their organization because they have been overwhelmed by demand. Learn more or make a donation: http://www.psychdog.org
Saint Francis Service Dogs provides service dogs for residents of Virginia http://www.saintfrancisdogs.org
America's Vet Dogs, http://www.guidedog.org/vetdogs.htm, provides guide dogs for Veterans who are blind or visually impaired.