service dog


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service dog

n.
A dog that has been specially trained to assist a disabled person with certain daily tasks, such as picking up an object from the floor.
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My last service dog had to be put down on January 8th due to a brain tumor and seizures.
But when Jimmy realized that he also wanted a dog, Ray figured out that they could get a service dog for JJ.
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There have been reports of fake dogs distracting a real service dog from its tasks, putting its owner in danger, or even attacking the legitimate service dog.
Good Dog Autism Companions provides autism service dogs to children and families nationwide, resulting in a variety of life-enhancing benefits, the biggest being that with their service dog by their side they are able to engage with their communities more easily resulting in less isolation for both children and families.
Otis is a German shepherd mix who actually works as a service dog assigned to Carter.
A MUM has told of her joy after her son's autism service dog won a Nose of Tralee competition.
You would never know by just looking at Kalani Cruetzburg how important a service dog is to him.
The law that allows a trained service dog to accompany a person with a disability is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The reason for this question: Dixon wears a vest because he is my service dog.
But that noise, and those potential distractions, are just what Ohio company Circle Tail's service dog trainers are looking for as they find places to work with new service dogs in training.
Decisions to use a service dog for employment impacts more than just the workplace.
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