The Most Important Thing To Know If A Dog Comes Up To You Without A Person

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If you ever come across a Service Dog without a person barking for attention, chances are someone is in trouble. For people who find themselves in everyday dangerous situations due to a disability, dogs can be specially trained to perform amazing tasks. Take this veteran who suffers from PTSD and seizures. Major, a Labrador retriever […]

The Essential Guide to Dining with Your Dog Etiquette

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Whether your dog is a Service Dog, Emotional Support Animal, or a regular pet, there are certain faux paws (okay, pas) when bringing your dog to dinner. When bringing your dog to a restaurant, A little preparation goes a long way. First of all, remember that only Service Dogs must be permitted in restaurants or […]

The Most Practical Tips for Flying with your Support Animal

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Flying with your dog should bring you comfort but if you and your animal are not prepared, it can become stressful. With a bit of planning, you and your Support Animal or Service Animal can become lifelong travel buddies. Here are our top things you can do before, during, and after the flight to make […]

8 Things You Didn’t Know a Service Dog Could Help With

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A lot of people think of service dogs as just guide dogs, but it’s amazing how many other tasks a service dog can be trained to do to help their handler.  Let’s break down the areas in which dogs can provide service support. 1) Dogs Can Provide Mobility Assistance For people with physical limitations, service […]