Operation Dog Tag

Dedicated to all men and women who served in combat and their families who love them. Operation Dog Tag wishes to educate the community of their purpose and asks for help in aiding the returning veterans along with the ones that are already struggling at home.

And we veterans thank you as we continue “Making Man’s Best Friend Even Better For A Veteran”­­­ - Joe Scheffer, Director

My name is Corrin Fields and I am a Navy veteran and former EMT. Operation Dog Tag and Joe have saved my life and helped me become a more present mother to my kids. I suffer from many symptoms of debilitating PTSD and I am unable to use my left arm. I was close to becoming one of the 22 veterans a day who commit suicide prior to meeting Joe and learning about his program. I still suffer with severe anxiety, night terrors, dissociative states and other symptoms, but now with Tucker, my Golden Retriever, by my side, I am able to cope with them. I have been able to start therapy knowing Tucker is with me and that I am safe. I have even been able to attend my son’s football games with Tucker, who has become the team’s mascot! With the help of Joe and Tucker I have been given the opportunity to not only function, but live again. 
Please- as your sister in arms, reach out to Operation Dog Tag, it can save your life too.
Thank you so much Joe!

Corrin Fields
Navy Seabee



Operation Dog Tag is a non-profit organization dedicated to training dogs for combat Veterans. Then in turn, training those Vets to train other dogs for other Vets. Having a dog has been proven to help with rehabilitation & many Veterans in our area are in desperate need. The Veterans are given these dogs at no cost.
So please help us help our Veterans by donating to: Pointman Int’l Ministries (DBA Operation Dog Tag),
Joe Scheffer, Director, PO Box 1892, Deer Park, WA 99006