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Emotional Support Dog Registration for Eva Von Francis

Member Since Mar 2021

I have lost my right leg in Katrina, my right arm blown off in a botched robbery with a 12ga shotgun, my wife after loosing her father and Katrina shot herself to death in the heart in front of me. I am a retired Private Officer of Truman Med Cen., level I Trauma Center in downtown KC, MO. and the evening shift and weekend Corner for Jackson County Morgue after 32 years. I live alone and am terrified to leave my home. Now that I will be 70 this summer I am getting worse about even going to Church. I also can only travel in an electric wheelchair. I had  one dog that my former Psychiatrist wrote a letter for her to be my service dog. But she died at the vet when they let her out to go t o the bathroom. She ran into a swampy area filled with Alligators, wild Boars and wild Coyotes. She had a chip injected in her but was lost and I can\’t forget her knowing she was not a fighter and most likely was killed. Ava. is a rescue German Shepherd that the Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter found hanging by an extension wire cord. She had been breed until she couldn\’t produce anymore and is 5 to 7 years old.  We truly both have been through so much trauma, I don\’t want to argue with anyone about her being with me. When they cut her off the fence she had a blood ring around her neck from trying to not strangle. They left her hanging on the fence at the animal shelter just before the first employee showed up or she very well could have died. All of the above can be verified. The Psychiatrist who was with me at the Biloxi V. A. is now retired. A nurse practitioner took his place.

ADA#: 173062

Owner: John K.

Breed: German Shepperd

Country: United States

State: Mississippi

Dog Training Status: My Dog Requires No Training (Emotional Support) *

Registration Type: Emotional Support Dog Registration

Register Reason: Post-traumatic stress disorder

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