When a military officer of air forces David Sharpe returned from deployment, he was diagnosed with the post traumatic stress disorder and mild depression. He was often angry, sometimes uncontrollable. Over the next few weeks he had suicidal thoughts.
Then his friend suggested him to take care of a pit bull terrier from a shelter. He expected that it will be tough, brave dog with a difficult personality. As it turned out, it was the opposite and the dog changed his life forever.
Sharpe came up with an idea to join people suffering from the post traumatic stress disorder with the dogs from the shelter. Here you can find more about the Campaign for Heroes.
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