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  • Army veteran Phillip Dunn is given a kiss by his dog Keiva before the ceremony. He and his dog Keiva graduated from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Army veteran Bruce Mork leaves the graduation stage with his service dog Skye. They graduated from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Air Force veteran Melissa Gonzalez graduates with her dog Bindi from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Keiva shows off a graduation cap after the ceremony for veterans and their dogs from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Sparta shows off a graduation cap after graduation with Army veteran Allan Engvall from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Army veteran Juan Mejia and his dog Star were among the veterans who graduated with their service dogs from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Sparta shows off a graduation cap. Army veteran Allan Engvall, left, graduated with Sparta from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Army veteran Phillip Dunn takes a seat after he and his dog Keiva graduated from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Army veteran Juan Mejia takes a picture of his dog Star. He graduated from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Army veteran Juan Mejia pets his dog Star after graduation. He graduated from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Marine veteran Jason Rowell high fives with his dog Harley after graduation. He graduated from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch. "I lost 42 pounds after coming home with Harley because I wasn't sitting around anymore," said Rowell. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Harley shows off his cap after graduation from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch with his owner Marine veteran Jason Rowell close by. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Army veteran Phillip Dunn relaxes on the floor with his dog Keiva after graduation with other veterans after the ceremony. The veterans graduated from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
  • Army veteran Tracy Tribble says her dog Takoda loves to sit on her lap. Tribble and her dog had just graduated from the HomeFront Program provided by Gabby Jack Ranch. The program combines veterans with PTSD and service dogs during a year long training program. A common theme in veterans returning from war is a difficulty in leaving the home, going to unfamiliar places or situations, a loss of interest in outside activities, and a lack of confidence. The dogs provide unconditional love and support and the ability to help the veterans heal. Photo taken June 30, 2013 in Folsom, CA.
    Renée C. Byer | rbyer@sacbee.com
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