Service Dogs - Dogs Training to Help the Disabled

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Service Dog is a type of assistance dog specifically trained to help people who have disabilities including visual difficulties, hearing impairments, mental illness, seizures, diabetes, autism, and more. For more details: http://www.animalidshop.com/

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Service Dogs - Dogs Training to Help the Disabled

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What is Service Dog? Service Dog is a type of assistance dog specifically trained to help people who have disabilities including visual difficulties, hearing impairments, mental illness, seizures, diabetes, autism, and more. With special training these dogs can help mitigate many different types of disabilities. They can be trained to work with people who use power or manual wheelchairs, have balance issues, have various types of autism, need seizure alert or response, need to be alerted to other medical issues like low blood sugar, or have psychiatric disabilities.

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what does it take to become a Service Dog? Any dog can train to become a service dog, as long as the dog has the desirable character traits for one. These dogs need to have good temperament (good manners & sociable), be of good health, have good physical structure, and they need to be intelligent and easily trainable. Most of the dogs selected begin their training as puppies. For the first year, the dog is raised by a dedicated volunteer foster family who trains the dog in basic dog obedience and socialization, using the guidelines provided by the Service Dog Organization .

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How Can help a Service Dogs to perform tasks of Disabled Person Service Dogs are dogs trained to work or perform tasks that help mitigate the effects of a disability for the handler/owner. In other words, they are trained to do things like: Retrieve things that drop or are hard to reach Open & close doors (including the one to the refrigerator) Push elevator buttons Turn light switches on & off Carry items in their mouths or backpacks Provide physical support for transfers to and from a wheelchair Provide balance and support Go get help should their handler/owner need human assistance, etc...

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