10% of the 115 million dogs in America suffer from C-PTSD I/II, though it often goes unrecognized.
The K9 PTSD Center has conducted research on this condition for years and literally wrote the book on
identifying C-PTSD I/II. We've also developed the first ever evaluation for diagnosis.
No other center or organization can truly make this claim.
The benefits of C-PTSD I/II treatment:
- Quality of life - An expert in C-PTSD I/II Anxiety Disorders conducts a 3-day
evaluation to determine which treatment methods will work best to alleviate your dog's
- Happiness - Your dog will return to you with a treatment plan. As you patiently
carry out its instructions and advice, the positive impact of your loving care will be evident
in your dog's demeanor.
- Early intervention - The sooner you get your dog help, the greater the chance
that we will be able to intervene before increased negative behaviors start to develop.
- Peace of mind - Your quality of life is also important. Sleepless nights, fear
about what might happen, and anxiety about the situation can be a distant memory once your dog
is on the path to healing.
- Comfort - It's harder to imagine a greater sense of peace than seeing the
animal you love go from a defeated, broken posture to one of confidence and trust.
- Insurance - Proper treatment of C-PTSD I/II protects you, those around you, and
your dog from events that could have devastating consequences.
- Prescreening for adoption.
- Legal safeguards - With more than 5.5 million reported dog bites on humans each
year, having an in-patient evaluation can protect you from legal issues related to your
furry family member.