Elections and Voting 2016: Service Dogs at the Polls
The presidential elections are right around the corner, and it’s time to start making plans about when, where, and how you’re going to vote. For voters with an Assistance Animal, there are even more considerations. Read on to learn more about making your trip to the polls with your Service Dog smooth and uneventful.
Service Dog Acclimation Training at Tampa Bay’s Lowry Park Zoo
There’s some big news in the Service Dog world! There’s a first-of-its-kind Service Dog Training Program available to zoos that will assist them with acclimating zoo animals to the presence of Service Dogs. If you don’t know why this is a big deal, then read on!
Taking a Road Trip with Your Service Dog
If you have a Service Dog, there will probably come a time when you will need or want them to accompany you on a road trip. Here is all the information you need to make your road trip a successful one.
Book Review: "Training Your Own Service Dog" by Lelah Sullivan
Guides or resources for people wishing to train their own Service Dog are few and far between, so when we saw one literally titled Training Your Own Service Dog, we snatched it up for review. We did the reading, and now we’ll do the reviewing, so you can know what you’re getting before you get it.
10 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Service Dogs
They guide, listen, balance, lead and love. They provide friendship and independence, freedom and peace of mind. They live to serve their handler to the fullest extent of their capability, be it through retrieving dropped items, offering physical support to an unsteady handler or alerting a Deaf or hard of hearing handler to important events.