He has come a long way.

Have been having my wife water him, let him out of kennel at times, and feed him some. 

He is much better towards her. Actaully acts happy to see her and hasn't stood his ground ready for combat when she approaches the kennel in a few weeks.

I assume he is always going to have the ptsd/emotional scarring. 

If he has been asleep, and dreaming, every great once in a while he will wake up, and be ready for combat. He won't aggress, but obvious he is expecting trouble and will be bristled up ready to rumble. For this reason he hasn't got to sleep in the house at night in several months.