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Service dog


"Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Examples of such work or tasks include  ...

Assistance Dogs International : Service Dogs


Service Dogs assist people with disabilities other than vision or hearing impairment. With special training these dogs can help mitigate many different types of ...

Service Dogs - Canine Companions for Independence


Imagine having a dog that could turn on lights, pick up dropped keys or open a door. Canine Companions for Independence service dogs are partnered with ...

Some service dogs protect, others save lives, but all strive to make a human's life better all around. Great stamina, intelligence and skill are required of rescue dogs, of which the most popular breeds include the Saint Bernard, Newfoundland, and Portuguese Water Dog.... More »
By Jenna Stregowski, RVT, About.com Guide

Service Dogs, Inc. - Helping Texans for over 25 years!


Service Dogs, Inc. trains dogs to assist Texans living with hearing or mobility challenges. We provide the dogs and training free of charge.

Service Dogs of Virginia | VA


Service Dogs of Virginia is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that raises, trains, and places dogs to assist people with disabilities. Highly trained dogs perform a ...

Freedom Service Dogs


Freedom Service Dogs is a nonprofit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by rescuing dogs and custom training them for individual  ...



Service Dogs can enhance a person's independence by helping with tasks such as pulling a wheelchair, opening doors, turning light switches on/off or picking ...

Service Dogs of Florida - Assistance, Mobility, Hearing, PTSD


Service Dogs of Florida, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with no paid employees that relies only on donations from individuals, corporations and ...

Why Are There More Service Dogs Than Ever?
Psychology Today · February 2 10:59 PM
Popular Q&A
Q: How to Stud Service Dogs.
A: Offering a dog for stud service involves more than just collecting stud fees. You are partially responsible for any puppies your dog produces, and for the care ... Read More »
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Q: How to Apply for a Service Dog.
A: Service dogs. assist. people with disabilities to perform tasks throughout the day that they cannot perform themselves. To apply for a service dog, you'll need ... Read More »
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Q: How to Train a Service Dog.
A: Three Methods: Locating a Service Dog Candidate. Developing Focus. Training Consistently. Questions and Answers. Service dogs can seriously help daily disabilit... Read More »
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Q: How to Train a Service Dog
A: 1 Praise him or her for checking in with you . Dogs do this with the leader of their pack naturally. He might come up to you without being called and put his he... Read More »
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Q: How many service dogs are there?
A: There are too many programs and independent trainers to accurately count how many guide dogs are in place in the United States. However, the Seeing Eye, the mos... Read More »
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