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NEW MILESTONE ON JANUARY 19TH – 700TH MALE VETERAN SERVICE DOG TEAM ACCREDITED: TSDS0955!

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ONE TIME  LIMITED OFFER!!!!
Be the Sponsor of TADSAW’s
1000th Service Dog Team 
and be
part of History in the Service Dog World
A Special Coin is available with the Sponsor’s
Name Engraved – Date – Team Name
Support the Team and this Event by
making the $10,000 donation !!!
And Support the Training of  Eight (8) Teams
in addition to the Award Recipient -TKX
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Mark You Calendars for Thursday MARCH 28th
San Antonio’s annual
BIG GIVE 2019
24-hours of giving !!!
Donate once or as many times as you want
go to
https://www.thebiggivesa.org/tadsaw
and  click to give!!
It’s not about Do good…Feel good  RATHER It’s
DO RIGHT….FEEL RIGHT
or
DO BETTER…..FEEL BETTER !!!!!
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March Madness Month 2019  TWO-FER Special**
Show your support for Veterans NOW
in 2019 – GIVE NOW not thinking about it
JUST DO IT !!!!
Now and thru March 31st 2019!!!
Donate $2,500 – And Two Veterans  & their Battle Buddies
are trained basically for the cost of One Team!!!
And a real special for the enterprising DONOR
– a $10,000 donation
will train TEN (10) Teams
for the price of 4 Service Dog Teams.

And remember those other Service Dog Organizations train
a dog for $25,000 to $45,000
– JUST FOR ONLY one Veteran???
And up to a 2-year wait or more!!!

Supporting the  Veteran is not just a ‘once a year event’ …..
it is an every day struggle of survival in order to PREVAIL!!

Check Out “Our Donors 2019”
and Their Building Blocks!!!!
Be part of Making a Difference!!!
(Click on Donate Dropdown)
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What’s in YOUR FUTURE?????
Service Dog Training represents therapy
in the “HERE & NOW“!!!
Versus
Traditional counseling the therapy
in the “THEN & WAS“!!!!!

SO THE BIG QUESTION IS:
Why treat PTSD as a mental health/mental illness,
and not as an OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD????
And be treated with Occupational Therapy!!!!
MIADS !!!! hmmm!!!!

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 The level of Sarcasm depends upon

the other person’s level of Stupidity!!!!

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March  22nd 2019 (FRIDAY!!!)
A Monthly Tradition since 2013
Day of Remembrance for Our Veterans who are no longer with us!
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And to check on those who might be in a “BADD” place!!!

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JUST IN CASE  YOU NEED THIS:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-8255

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Since July 2010, TADSAW has accredited 979 Service Dog Teams, including 117 Vietnam Veteran (M:109//F:8) and ONE Korean War Veteran and 48 TADSAF (“Train a Dog – Save a Family” member program) Service Dog Teams.

Male :       718

Female:    261

In 2018, TADSAW accredited 149 Service Dog Teams, (M:97/F:52) including 16 Vietnam Veteran (M:15//F:1) and 9 TADSAF Service Dog Teams!!!!
AND NOW in 2019 –  TADSAW has accredited 29
 Service Dog Teams (Male:21//Female:8), including 5 Vietnam Veteran Service Dog Teams (M:4//F:1) !!!!!

And remember those other Service Dog Organizations train one dog for $25,000 to $45,000 – just for one Veteran!!!!!  And TADSAW is still training one  Medical Alert Service Dog Team for $2,500. 

TADSAW DOG TRAINERS

big-give-sa-photoYou, as trainers, obviously see the way our rescue dogs change, and in many cases, save lives.  As Program Director and Founder of TADSAW I am asking you to become further involved by supporting TADSAW, as the need for funding is greater now than ever before.

I invite you to please immediately post the following link to your ‘Facebook’ pages and websites so that your friends and families can make a contribution to TADSAW, INC.  This is a huge opportunity to have nationwide donor participation following TADSAW in your own backyards.

Although every Service Dog Organization is responsible for the actions of the Service Dogs evaluated, trained and accredited, it is still the after training handling by the Dog’s handler, in this case the Veteran, to maintain TADSAW’s philosophy “If you set your dog up to fail, the Dog will fail” and consequently so will the Veteran.

A Service Dog may be accredited by successfully completing the Public Access Temperament Test, but in reality the dog only goes from the status of an “in-training service dog” to a “Service Dog In-Training” for the remainder of their career. And the handler must be aware of this at all times. Having a Service Dog is a 24/7/365 commitment for Life!!!

 

It is still TADSAW’s commitment to using only positive reinforced training methodology in the building of the canine-human bond, so necessary in any type of working dog relationship. ‘TOGETHER YOU TRAIN TO HONE YOUR SKILLS AND BOND AS A TEAM”!!

NOW – ABOUT THE PROGRAM

TADSAW – Train a Dog Save a Warrior

TADSAW, INC. is a Texas 501(c)(3)  not for profit organization, EIN: 45-4556055,  administering  the ‘Train A Dog – Save A Warrior’ (TADSAW) program.

The TADSAW, INC. mission is to provide for the training of a Medical Alert Service Dog, as designated by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990/2010 guidelines, for any wounded Veteran Service Member (Active Duty. Retired, Discharged) surviving with Military Induced Anxiety Depression Syndrome (MIADS), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Military Sexual Trauma (MST) and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), in order to restore and improve the Veteran’s Quality of Life with a canine ‘Battle Buddy’, at NO CHARGE  to the Veteran or the family.

TADSAW, INC. oversees a second program, the ‘Train A Dog – Save A Family’ (TADSAF), which also provides for the training of a Medical Alert Service Dog for any Veteran’s immediate family, spouse and/or children, surviving with compassion fatigue, secondary Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or any other mental health issue diagnosed while the Veteran was deployed or on Active Duty, in order to restore and improve the individuals Quality of Life with a canine ‘Buddy’, at NO CHARGE to the Veteran or family.

TADSAW, INC. supports a third program, the ‘Train a Dog  – Save a  First Responder’ (TADSAR), which also provides for the training of a Medical Alert Service Dog for any First Responder, Local and State Police, Fire Fighters, and Hospital staff, surviving with  Occupation Related Induced Anxiety Depression Syndrome (ORIADS), PTSD , etc. caused by the aftermath of treating individuals that are victims of catastrophic events or accidents.

TADSAW, INC. is committed to serving the United States Military men and women, their families and the First Responders, responsible with protecting our nation.

Watch Some Amazing TADSAW Videos

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TADSAW INC Milestones

  • 01/14/2019 - 700th Male Veteran Service Dog Team accredited: TSDS0955 - Tom & JETHRO - Rhode Island

  • 07/20/2018 - 900th Medical Alert Service Dog Team accredited: TSDS0900//VV0109 - Bill & SPIRIT - Georgia

  • 06/28/2018 - 100th MALE Vietnam Veteran Service Dog Team accredited: TSDS0891/VV0107 - Ohio : Randy & JoJo

  • 03/19/2018 - 100th Vietnam Veteran Service Dog Team accredited: TSDS0832/ VV0100 - Massachusetts - Michael & BAILEY

  • 03/16/2018 - 400th Out-of-state TADSAW Service Dog Team accredited: TSD0830 - Louisiana

  • 12/18/2017 - 800th TADSAW Service Dog Team and 600th Male Veteran Service Dog Team

  • 12/18/2017 - 600th Male Veteran Service Dog Team accredited - TSD0800

  • 08/31/2017 – 200th Woman Veteran Service Dog Team TSD0784

    12/18/2017 – TADSAW Service Dog Team TSD0800 accredited  & 600th Male Veteran Service Dog Team

  • 03/27/2017 – 500th Male Veteran Service Dog Team accredited

TADSAW INC Statistics

July 2010 – March 19th  2019

  • Total TADSAW Service Dog Teams: 979

  • Male | Female Veteran Service Dog Teams: 718 ll 261

  • Total Vietnam Veteran Service Dog Teams: 117 (Male:109 //Female: 8)

  • Total Korean War Veteran Service Dog Teams: ONE

  • Total TADSAF (‘Train a Dog – Save a Family’ member) Service Dog Teams: 48

Since July 2010, TADSAW has accredited 979 Service Dog Teams, including 117 Vietnam Veteran (M:109//F:8) and ONE Korean War Veteran and 48 TADSAF (“Train a Dog – Save a Family” member program) Service Dog Teams.

Male:       718

Female:   261

In 2018, TADSAW accredited 149 Service Dog Teams (M:97//F:52), including 16 Vietnam Veteran (M:15//F:1) and 9 TADSAF Service Dog Teams!!!|
And NOW in 2019 – TADSAW has accredited 29 Service Dog Teams (Male:21//Female:8) ,  including 5 Vietnam Veteran Service Dog Teams (M:4//F:1) !!!!!

Calendar

FEBRUARY 28 – MARCH 3, 2019

THE WALL THAT HEALS IS
COMING TO SAN ANTONIO

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Replica Wall
and Mobile Education Center 

spreads healing legacy of The Wall and educates
about the impact of the Vietnam War

San Antonio, Texas – The Wall That Heals, a three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial along with a mobile Education Center, is coming to San Antonio on February 28 through March 3 at the Fort Sam Houston Cemetery and will be open 24 hours a day and free to the public.  The Wall That Heals honors the more than three million Americans who served in the U.S. Armed forces in the Vietnam War and it bears the names of the more than 58,000 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam.

 

 

April 1, 2019
Trans-America Cycling is recruiting a team of 22 cyclists for a cross-country bicycle tour from San Diego, CA to St. Augustine, FL, starting April 1, 2019.  The coast-to-coast (Southern Tier) Save-22-a-Day Trans-America Bicycle Tour will raise awareness of US military veterans’ high suicide rate of 22 victims per day, and will promote veterans’ charities offering solutions, primarily TRAIN A DOG SAVE A WARRIOR (TADSAW), training service dogs for veterans.

TADSAW and other veterans’ charities assist veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Help American Veterans by joining the team of 22 riders.  For more details about the tour and to join, go to the websites: http://save22aday.org and http://transamericacycling.com.

Monthly 22nd 2018 – Day of Remembrance
Today the Twenty-second of the month is the day to “Remember Your Battle Buddy” and to reach out and “Call & Check on your Buddy” NOW!!!

CONTACT TADSAW TODAY!