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PTSD patient starts equine therapy program for veterans, first responders
Chino Valley’s Kellogg Patton creating a ‘safe space’ for those in need

Former U.S. Marine Corps sergeant and avid horseman, Charles Drives, prepares Remme for a walk on Tuesday, April 20, 2021, as part of the Equine Snuffle Therapy program, which was started by Chino Valley resident and dissociative amnesia disorder patient Kellogg Patton to help veterans and first responders cope with their PTSD. (Aaron Valdez/Review)

Former U.S. Marine Corps sergeant and avid horseman, Charles Drives, prepares Remme for a walk on Tuesday, April 20, 2021, as part of the Equine Snuffle Therapy program, which was started by Chino Valley resident and dissociative amnesia disorder patient Kellogg Patton to help veterans and first responders cope with their PTSD. (Aaron Valdez/Review)

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