Utilize these resources to educate yourself in case you ever run into any problems. ADA 2010 Revision Air Carrier Access Act Food Establishments Michigan Service Animal FAQ US Department of Housing Assistance Animals US Department of Justice Service Animal FAQ
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Getting a service dog can be the best thing that you ever do. They can help you to manage your condition and make it easier for you to live your life, both out in public and at home. However, applying for a service dog is not something that should be done lightly. Just like bringing … Continue reading 5 things to consider before applying for a service dog
Every service dog and therapy dog is special, and newsworthy in their own right. They work tirelessly to protect people – whether that’s a therapy dog’s handler or members of the public. However, every now and then, a story surfaces that is just that little bit more special than normal. Here are some stories featuring … Continue reading Service & therapy dogs in the news
When you think of cute animals and the internet, you would probably automatically think of the cat videos that are popular with almost everyone or well-known felines such as “Grumpy Cat.” However, there are also a collection of dogs that are taking the internet by storm. Here are some of our favourites:‘Boo’ the PomeranianBoo is … Continue reading Social stars: Meet the dogs taking the internet by storm
Getting a new dog is a very exciting moment for you and your family. However, it can be tricky to introduce a second dog into your home. You never know exactly how your first dog is going to react – are they going to be welcoming, nervous, jealous, or territorial? If you take the introductions … Continue reading How to introduce a second dog into your home
Getting a new dog is an exciting time in anyone’s life, but also a slightly apprehensive one. It’s important that the dog looks up to you as his master and learns to trust you – but how do you achieve this? Below are five ways in which you can build trust with your dog. Bear … Continue reading 5 ways to build trust with your dog
According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a service dog has been “individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities”. Examples of service dogs are guide dogs for people who are blind or have serious visual impairments, dogs that can pull a wheelchair, and seizure alert dogs. In contrast, the … Continue reading What is the difference between a therapy dog and a service dog?