Yes, as long as the service dog is really needed. To be perfectly honest, I don’t know why this question is being asked. I know so many individuals who claim to have PTSD, and the only reason they are “claiming” PTSD or “Bi-Polar” issues, as they are the only two (2) allowed disabilities that can’t be diagnosed with a X-ray, blood work, or anything else than verbal communication and actions. I’ve reported them to the fraud hotline, gone in person tonthe VA with substantial proof, and was actually shown the door. It makes me sick to see someone collecting non taxable dollars and other disability entitlements, when someone who truly does suffer the above is turned down, or has to file an appeal, etc. to get what they really need. Then the ones who are smart enough to fool the docs, just to collect the benefits because they want the tax free dollars (to them anyway), and we are paying for it. No one should be tenure when it comes to those specific diagnoses. It should be made mandatory they attend their weekly meetings, blood drawn to make sure they are still actually taken all the prescription drugs they been given per what they relayed to the doc, if that would take place on a regular badis, the government would save billions. I can tell you, when I was shown the door when at the VA in Decatur GA, I about fell over. I was appalled at the lack of attn fraud is taken when it’s given to them on a silver platter, and it’s just brushed under the rug.