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Army Dog Trainer


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Our Latest Mission: Rebranding a Nonprofit to Win

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The operation is headed up by Mary Cortani, a 2012 CNN Hero.
Mary is an amazing lady and former Army dog trainer with great intuition about matching dogs to vets. We hope you will be moved as we have been by the work Mary is doing and vote for her in the fall when public voting is announced. We'll be promoting it on our Facebook page. And of course, feel free to connect with Mary and Operation Freedom Paws to support their important work.


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Mary Cortani Mary Cortani is a former Army dog trainer who started Operation Freedom Paws, a nonprofit that helps war veterans train their own service dogs.
Since 2010, she has worked with more than 80 veterans who have invisible wounds such as post-traumatic stress disorder.


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Mary Cortani
Mary Cortani is a former Army dog trainer who started Operation Freedoms Paws, a nonprofit that helps war veterans train their own service dogs. Since 2010, she has worked with more than 80 veterans who have invisible wounds such as post-traumatic stress disorder.


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Mary Cortani is a former Army dog trainer who started Operation Freedoms Paws, a nonprofit that helps war veterans train their own service dogs.
Since 2010, she has worked with more than 80 veterans. War veterans often struggle with invisible wounds such as post-traumatic stress disorder. Service dogs can help them overcome their struggles and avoid anxiety attacks. "The most amazing thing," said Mary, "is to see the person and the animal transform into this amazing working team where they just help each other navigate life and they create a new normal.


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Mary Cortani is a former Army dog trainer who started Operation Freedom Paws, a nonprofit that helps war veterans train their own service dogs. Since 2010, she has worked with more than 80 veterans who have invisible wounds such as post-traumatic stress disorder. "I'm hoping this brings awareness to the world that PTSD is real and that we will be able to reach more veterans who so desperately need help," Cortani said. See more photos of Mary Cortani
Mary Cortani is a former Army dog trainer who started Operation Freedom Paws, a nonprofit that helps war veterans train their own service dogs. Since 2010, she has worked with more than 80 veterans who have invisible wounds such as post-traumatic stress disorder. "I'm hoping this brings awareness to the world that PTSD is real and that we will be able to reach more veterans who so desperately need help," Cortani said. See more photos of Mary Cortani Mary Cortani is a former Army dog trainer who started Operation Freedom Paws, a nonprofit that helps war veterans train their own service dogs. Since 2010, she has worked with more than 80 veterans who have invisible wounds such as post-traumatic stress disorder. "I'm hoping this brings awareness to the world that PTSD is real and that we will be able to reach more veterans who so desperately need help," Cortani said. See more photos of Mary Cortani


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