Service Dogs for Independence

Service Dog for Independence

The beauty of the SDWR services is that we train dogs that restore independence to those struggling from an invisible disability. Our service dogs, true to their name, are so much more than a companion animal, they are a support system. Be it diabetes or autism; don’t let your disability remove you from the life you want to lead. Time and time again, we see clients that feel confined to their home, isolated from friends and family, and trapped by their illness. With the accompaniment of one of the best service dogs in the world, someone struggling with an illness can create a new lifestyle with significantly more freedom.

SDWR has a past of drawing those with disabilities out of the hands of their illness and into the life they have always wanted. For example, we recently heard from a happy client whose service dog, Tzaylie, alerted her of a sugar drop that would have resulted in a trip to hospital if it were not for the dog’s training. While it may seem like a tall order, our dogs can keep you out of the hospital, away from sick days in bed, and safe from the fear that comes with being out of control. Furthermore, each type of service dog is specialized to your unique needs be it diabetes, autism, or seizures.

Autism Service Dogs for Independence

Service dogs for children with autism provide parents with peace of mind, even when they are called away from their struggling child. When a dog can find your lost child, distract them from self harm, and calm them in stressful situations, it is truly a miracle for families. Independence from something so difficult may be just what the doctor ordered.

Diabetic Alert Dogs for Independence

When struggling with type-one diabetes, many people find they are confined to their home in fear of the unexpected. A service dog for diabetes truly restores independence as it gives you an extra tool to be in sync with the highs and lows of your blood sugar. With a service dog, you can begin to participate in previously off-limits activities as they are there to alert you long before danger strikes.

Seizure Alert Dogs for Independence

Being struck with a sudden seizure is a terrifying reality to live in. When the unexpected hits, do you wonder who will take care of you? With an SDWR dog, you can feel the security of a thoroughly trained response dog that will be able to find help in crisis, bring food or medication when needed, and act as a brace for support and comfort. Free yourself from some of the worst parts of a seizure causing disability and contact SDWR now!


If you or someone you know needs the independence that SDWR can provide do not hesitate to contact us. Call or contact us today.

Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers

Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers

Service Dogs By Warren Retrievers is committed to changing the lives of those with invisible disabilities such as Autism, Diabetes, PTSD, and Seizure Disorders. “Until there’s a cure… There’s a dog!”

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