K9s on the Front Line: A new leash on life for Missouri military veterans and rescue dogs (LISTEN)

by | Nov 11, 2022 | Featured Interviews, Military, News, Show Me Today

Photo courtesy of K9s on the Front Line Missouri

Bringing military veterans and rescue dogs together – to rescue each other. That’s the mission of an organization called K9s on the Front Line Missouri.

Jason Howe said his Jefferson City organization has helped about 150 veterans from all over the state since 2018. The veterans are paired with dogs who can help them with their combat-related disability, such as post-traumatic stress disorder or panic attacks.

During this Show Me Today interview, Howe, a U.S. Navy veteran, explains more about the program:

To find out more about K9s On the Front Line Missouri, click here.

See Howe and his dog, Sobee, show off their tricks:

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