War Veteran Has A Panic Attack During An Interview. Watch The Service Dog…

Erick Scott, a veteran who served in Iraq, knows first-hand what it’s like to suffer from PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder – a mental health condition triggered by experiencing or seeing a terrifying event).
PTSD is also sometimes known as shell shock or combat stress, occurs after experiencing severe trauma or a life-threatening event.
For all too many veterans, it’s hard to readjust to life out of the military or getting haunted by unpleasant memories and experiences. Erick was no exception.
To help him combat his anxiety, he was paired with a special service dog, Gumbo. Gumbo’s main role was to notify him when he started showing symptoms of PTSD.
Here’s the video capturing Erick Scott, a veteran who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), being calmed by his service dog, Gumbo, on camera during an interview.
He was amazed to see how his dog, Gumbo, reacted when he became agitated. It’s truly incredibly touching to see.

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