Online Doggy Unites with Victory Service Dogs to Help Veterans

DENVER, May 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Online Doggy, a pioneer in webcam systems for the pet care industry, announces today that it has partnered with Victory Service Dogs to provide financial and educational support. A percentage of sales from Online Doggy and the ODoggy App will benefit the non-profit organization, whose mission is to aid veterans affected with PTSD and other disabilities gain an improved quality of life through a loving relationship with a canine companion.  Online Doggy will also broaden awareness of Victory Service Dogs unique program by disseminating information to pet care providers and pet care owners who view their pets via the Online Doggy website and O Doggy app.

Victory Service Dogs stands apart from other service dog organizations as they strive to adopt shelter and rescue dogs when possible and involve the recipient in every aspect of the dog selection and training.  Click this link to read testimonials from Victory Service Dogs clients  

“We believe we are saving lives and providing second chances for the human and the dog,” said Steve Corey, Executive Director, Victory Service Dogs.  “We are thrilled to have Online Doggy’s support and our partnership is an ideal fit with their presence in the pet care industry.”

“We are honored to work with Victory Service Dog’s dedicated team, and have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of veterans,” said Blake Walliser, President of Online Doggy.

About Online Doggy
Founded in 2001, Online Doggy is the largest national provider of hardware and live webcam streaming solutions for the pet care industry including pet daycares, kennels and veterinarians.  Our mission is to provide peace of mind to pet owners by being able to view their pets anytime, anywhere; online or mobile. For more information visit

About Victory Service Dogs:
A non-profit organization created by an army veteran and lifelong dog lover, Victory Service Dog’s mission is to help veterans achieve a full life of increased independence, purpose, and dignity through a partnership with a service or support companion.  Visit to learn more or to donate.


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