Victory Service Dogs, Inc.

Providing Service Dogs for Veterans

Helping veterans live their life to the fullest, with increased independence, purpose, and dignity, with the help of a loving service companion. For those who struggle with the effects of PTSD and other physical or psychological challenges, achieving a better quality of life can be difficult and frustrating. Victory Service Dogs believes our veterans deserve to live their lives with a sense of independence and dignity. Research has consistently proven that the bond between humans and canines is very powerful. Service dogs can greatly improve the quality of everyday life for individuals with disabilities. They enable veterans to cope with symptoms of PTSD, achieve improved mobility, and provide a sense of well-being. Victory Service Dogs stands apart from many other service dog organizations because we operate a client-based training program and strive to adopt shelter and rescue dogs.

Owner Profile

Steve Corey

Steve Corey is an Army veteran who served as an M88 operator and heavy equipment mechanic. He was also a local business owner for 13 years before he started Victory Service Dogs. His desire to help veterans in our community came through his many interactions with those who were struggling with PTSD and other chronic illnesses, and seeing their difficulty in finding the health services they needed to improve their quality of life. Kim Corey grew up in an Air Force family as the daughter of a Vietnam War veteran and has experienced first-hand the effects of PTSD and how it impacted her family.  Kim is an elementary school teacher and works alongside her husband, Steve, as the Board Secretary for Victory Service Dogs.