One Size Does Not Fit All: SMALL Breeds That Serve
“Oh, how cute, look at that face! Sooo adooorable.” For the disabled who use small service dogs, these endearments are unfortunately not met with the appreciative responses one might expect from a small dog owner. To a Service Dog owner their small and often ‘height-challenged’ wee ones are far from being “just another pretty face.”
Top 5 Service Dog Breeds
Any breed can be a Service Dog. Historically, though, there are some breeds that excel. Read on to learn more!
Common Service and Working Dog Breed Choices
Every dog is an individual, but when it comes to doing a job, professionals tend to utilize certain breeds more than others. Learn about the most common Service Dog and Working Dog breed choices.
Service Dog Breeds for Those With Allergies
When considering partnering with a Service Dog, there are quite a few factors to consider. One commonly occurring question is allergies. Many believe that their allergies will prevent them from finding happiness and stability in their life through a Service Dog due to some evil hives, swollen glands and itchy eyes. There is good news though! There are many types of hypoallergenic breeds which they could consider.
Service Dog Breeds: Doberman Pinscher
The Doberman Pinscher is a powerhouse of loyalty, strength, alertness and potential. Cited as a breed who can "truly do it all," the Doberman of today has come a long way from the vicious, intense, hard-to-handle breed it used to be. Now suitable for almost any job, the Doberman Pinscher makes an excellent Service Dog candidate.
Service Dog Breeds: Labrador Retriever
In the working and Service Dog world, the stocky, solid, sweet-natured Labrador Retriever is an iconic sight. They're well-known not only for their prowess as a search and rescue K-9, detector dog and Service Dog, but also for their die-hard loyalty and friendship to all.