Anxiety is a feeling of being nervous or worried at times. Individuals with anxiety disorder tend to experience tireless, uncontrolled, unrealistic worry about everyday things and exaggerated worry and tension, while often expecting the worst, even when there is no visible reason for concern. Anxiety disorders are the most common mental problems that affect children and adults.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Traumatic experiences can be difficult to handle and one can adjust, cope for a while, and get better. If the symptoms, such as nightmares and intense anxiety, flashbacks, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event, get worse or last for months to years, this might be a sign that a person has PTSD.
PTSD is a condition that is caused by a terrifying event, such as threatened death, sexual violation, war, accident, etc. This illness is disruptive to the person's life. PTSD is diagnosed through a psychological evaluation and must meet criteria set by the American Psychiatric Association.
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At Hub City Service Dogs, we understand the kinds of challenges individual with a medical disorder face. That’s why we're dedicated, and we specialize in training service dogs to help individuals living with anxiety and PTSD. Each dog is trained to a standard or customized process to meet the needs of the individual. We evaluate both dogs and individuals who suffer from this illness so that they can become an effective and successful team. Below are some of our remarkable teams that have completed the program.
Meet Koda! Koda helps a beautiful young woman named Sarah manage her anxiety. Sarah is better able to manage her anxiety with Koda and has been able to focus on other areas of her life with him around. Koda is also a certified Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) service dog.
Meet Izzy! Izzy helps a remarkable gentleman named Warren. Warren is a veteran whom we're so excited to be able to help. At their first meeting, Warren was having a rough day and Izzy immediately went to him and gave him a kiss helping him to manage his day. Warren has Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Izzy is now helping him to manage that.
Meet Luke! Luke helps an incredible gentleman named Todd. Todd is a veteran whom we're honored to be able to help. Todd has Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury. Luke helps Todd manage his PTSD symptoms.
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Since 2013, Hub City Service Dogs has been providing
reliable service dogs to people who are disabled or suffering from medical disorders.
We train dogs to help their disabled owners in performing day-to-day tasks, thereby improving the quality of their owner's life.
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