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Let's "Paws" to Consider the Possibility: Using Support Dogs with Victims of Crime
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Today, a service dog helping an individual with sight limitations is accepted and relatively common. There are other trained dogs including those who serve individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing and those who serve individuals with mobility limitations. Provincial, territorial, and federal...
Take Your Dog to Work Day—Everyday
Contributor(s):: McDonald, James J., Jr.
'We saved each other'
Contributor(s):: Jowers, Karen
Paws of healing: Service dogs help soothe wounds of war
Contributor(s):: Hemmerly-Brown, Alexandra
Service dogs--redefining disabilities
Contributor(s):: Hasenauer, Heike
Legion helps connect service dog to veteran
A study of the statutes, regulations and judicial rulings impacting the access of service animals to the public schools
Contributor(s):: Mroz, Jenell A.
Service dogs, psychiatric hospitalization, and the ADA
Contributor(s):: Muramatsu, Russ S., Thomas, Kelly Jones, Leong, Stephanie L., Ragukonis, Frank
Animals in Healthcare Facilities: Recommendations to Minimize Potential Risks
Contributor(s):: Murthy, Rekha, Bearman, Gonzalo, Brown, Sherrill, Bryant, Kristina, Chinn, Raymond, Hewlett, Angela, George, B. Glenn, Goldstein, Ellie J. C., Holzmann-Pazgal, Galit, Rupp, Mark E., Wiemken, Timothy, Weese, J. Scott, Weber, David J.
Guide Dog Users, Inc. submits testimony on the establishment of security service animal relief areas (SARAS) at U.S. airports.
Sasha Levinson, Wonder Dog
Contributor(s):: Levinson, Jerry
Service Dogs Prove to Be Boon for Children with Autism
Jun 05 2015
Service Dog Education and Awareness Conference
Contributor(s):: Muramatsu, R. S., Thomas, K. J., Leong, S. L., Ragukonis, F.
K9 Service Animals
Service animals can be certified to provide a wide range of services for their companions. Not all service animals are hearing or guide dogs. If your dog can come when signaled, then he may qualify as a service animal depending on your disabilities.We certify all animals that meet ADA...
Monkeys and horses and ferrets … Oh my! Non-traditional service animals under the ADA
Contributor(s):: Adair, Robert L.
Advocating change within the ADA: the struggle to recognize emotional-support animals as service animals
Contributor(s):: Bourland, Kristin M.