Open Conversation: Veteran says his PTSD service dog saved his life

Open Conversation: Veteran says his PTSD service dog saved his life

Houston resident Jodie Revils is an Army veteran. He started feeling symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder shortly after returning from deployment in Iraq. “I was constantly reliving combat events, avoiding places and things that reminded me of places,” he said.

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