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Veteran and his pet to share freedom, independence

(ELBERT, Colo.) – America recently celebrated its glorious Independence Day, so enjoying freedom is fresh on our minds. And no one deserves freedom more than those who have sacrificed so much by serving our country – our veterans.

Homes for our Troops, an organization committed to helping those who have served our country overseas and returned home with serious injuries, presented a home to Army Sergeant Jeffrey Adams and family of Elbert, Colorado on June 25, 2011.

Adams, who lost both of his legs due to injuries suffered while deployed to Afghanistan in August 2009, will enjoy freedom in his specially adapted home – built just for him and his family.

Sgt. Jeffrey Adams is holding the leash of his Dalmatian, Cortana. Tom Berger, owner of Invisible Fence by Lytnin, is petting Cortana.

To show Sgt. Adams further appreciation, Invisible Fence® Brand by Lytnin, Inc. held an event on Wednesday, July 13 to celebrate its donation of an electronic containment system for the family’s Dalmatian, Cortana. The event included the donation presentation and a training session for the electronic containment system.

“We really can’t express our gratitude enough for what Jeffrey has done for Americans,” said Sherry Berger, owner of Invisible Fence® Brand by Lytnin, Inc. “But we hope that installing the Invisible Fence will make things just a bit easier for Jeffrey, and help him enjoy life with Cortana even more.”

Adams is looking forward to marrying his fiancée, Shelley Targett, and enjoying a new life together in the home. Adams’ daughter, Jewel, will also live in the new home with the couple.

“Shelley, Jewel and I are forever grateful for what Invisible Fence has done for us. Cortana is a part of the family and recent events haven’t changed that,” said Adams. “Now Cortana will have the ability to run and play as much as she wants in the yard, and we won’t have to worry about her leaving. Anything to make our lives easier is greatly appreciated.”

To learn more about Invisible Fence Brand, visit www.invisiblefence.com. To learn more about Sgt. Jeffrey Adams, visit http://www.homesforourtroops.org/site/PageServer?pagename=JeffreyAdams.

For more information about the Adams donation, contact Sherry Berger at (719) 471-9292 or lytnin@invisiblefence.com.


Invisible Fence® Brand pet containment and avoidance systems are produced by Radio Systems Corporation and have a 99.5% success rating, according to Invisible Fence® Brand. For more information, visit www.invisiblefence.com.

Media Contact:
Sarah Malak
(865) 584-0550

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