PSD’s First Subscriber Q&A

You asked and we answered!

Last month, we asked subscribers to the Patriot Service Dogs digital newsletter (if you’re not a subscriber, add your name and email here to receive the latest PSD updates) to submit their questions about training service dogs, PSD, matching dogs and veterans, and anything else relevant to our community. We received many thoughtful questions! Thank you to everyone who took the time to submit.

We took the most common questions and themes and asked Patriot Service Dogs CEO, Julie Sanderson to answer them in our first video Q&A! The result is a 15-minute video covering our communities most burning questions.

A few of the questions covered:

  • How does the WOOF Program benefit PSD?
  • How do you become a Weekend Raiser?
  • How are veterans matched with a dog?
  • What challenges do veterans face bringing a service dog home?

This video also addresses a new update to the organization’s dog sponsorships. We will cover this change in-depth next month on the blog.

We had a lot of fun creating this video and are looking forward to making more in the future, so subscribe to PSD’s new YouTube account to get the latest video updates. If you have a question we did not cover, don’t worry, there will be more opportunities to submit.

Please feel free to share this video with your friends and family.

Alright, let’s start the show!

Click the photo below to watch the video!


  1. Janet Tregerman on December 16, 2021 at 6:20 pm

    Loved this very informative video! I did learn a lot that I did not know about your organization. But really excited to help in any way I can. It will be 2022, but that’s around the corner.

  2. PHILIP MANTZKE on December 16, 2021 at 8:27 pm

    That was a awesome video. Thanks

    • Joseph on December 17, 2021 at 7:54 am

      This was awesome. Good job

  3. Dave Harrold on December 17, 2021 at 11:43 am

    WOW WOW WOW – What a great Q&A.
    I’ve been helping PSD for a few years now and still, watching this video taught me things I didn’t know. Thank you Julie … and thank you Victoria for all your behind the scenes hard work.