Tiffany is an avid animal lover and grew up riding and showing American Quarter Horses. She is originally from California but has spent the past 14 years around the world with her active-duty Air Force husband and son. During this time, she obtained a bachelor’s degree in marketing.
While stationed in Hawaii a sweet, loving yellow Labrador, Penny, joined her family. Tiffany knew Penny had the perfect personality for therapy work. K9s for Veterans Abroad program has given them the opportunity to spread love and cuddles in the military community.
Natasha Davis is a Montana native, living with her husband (Active Duty Air Force) in the Ramstein area. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Social Science, and is a mother of 4 young children. Natasha has always had a long love for animals, and has worked with numerous fostering programs all over the country (Texas, Florida, Idaho, North Carolina, South Carolina).
She has also worked with various organizations focusing on mental health, and is now interested in methods that combine the two.
K9s for Veterans Abroad has been an amazing opportunity that allows for these two important categories to merge together.
She is very fortunate to now be partnered with a yellow Labrador, Irma (trained by Richard), to support the young men and women that are serving in our Armed Forces.
Alex Leaman is a Veteran from Bellingham, WA. She is a military brat whose father served with the Navy and Coast Guard, and has always had an interest in animals. Married to an active-duty service member with 3 children, they have one dog named Zoe, rescued from a shelter in Greece. After obtaining a degree in Applied Meteorological Research from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Alex commissioned as a 2Lt in the United States Air Force.
Shortly after finishing her commitment, she decided to attend the College of Western Idaho and received an AA in Culinary Arts. Throughout her life, she has maintained a sincere interest in dogs and believes supporting veterans through service dogs is her next calling. She is honored to be part of the K9s for Veterans Abroad team.
Marie Massie is a retired nurse, who loves dog's. She is also a former Military Wife and started puppy raising in 2016.
Through this she found her passion and a way to give back to our military community. To date Marie has raised 4 of our 'K9s for Veterans Abroad' dog's that have been successfully matched with their veterans.
Currently Marie is puppy raising our newest recruit Jonah and we could not be happier to have her be part of our 'K9s for Veterans Abroad' Family.