• No “Dog’s Life” for a Service Dog Every disabled service dog, the things they do and the life they live is as unique as the disabled person they serve. Because they are working dogs, dedicated to remaining ...
  • Service Dog Etiquette Since passage of the American’s with Disabilities Act (or, ADA http://www.ada.gov/) in the 1990s, the US has witnessed an explosion of the number of disabled persons active in American society. Because ...
  • Please Don’t Pet Me, I’m Working When most of us think of a service dog, the first thing that comes to mind is a guide dog for a blind person. This article will show there are ...
  • What is a “Service Dog”? Most people are familiar with the guide dogs that assist blind people. Increasingly people with many different sorts of disabilities, some of them not so obvious have begun to use ...
  • Organizations that Provide Assistance Dogs According to the American’s With Disabilities Act (ADA), “Service animals are animals that are individually trained to perform tasks for people with disabilities such as guiding people who are blind, ...