A marine suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) was left sobbing with happiness when his family gave him a puppy as an early Christmas present. Peter Coukoulis, 26, of Tallahassee, Florida, was given a Beagle by his mother, Dena.
After watching her son battle PTSD, Coukoulis’ mother Dena came up with a brilliant plan. She secretly bought a tiny beagle pup for her son, knowing the dog would help her son’s treatment by serving as his loyal service animal.
A few weeks before Christmas 2016, the Marine’s family gathered around him at the kitchen table and handed him a wrapped box with a big red bow. He gave the box a knowing look, almost as if he knew what was waiting for him inside. But the second he peeked inside and saw those two adorable eyes staring back at him, he completely broke down.
In that moment, he knew his life was about to change for the better.
Dena told Caters News Agency: “The puppy has already changed Peter’s life; it has made him happy after a very difficult three years.”
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H/T Little Things