Everything You Need to Know About Service Dogs

If you are considering adopting a service dog from SDWR, you likely have a lot of questions. From understanding the lifestyle adjustments to what qualifies you for a service, it’s important to get all the information about this new addition to your family before the transition starts. At SDWR, our dogs are purebred and highly trained, which means, we take […]

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Puppy Raisers for Service Dogs

SDWR is a community oriented organization. Everything we do, we try and involve as much of the diabetic and donor community as possible. Often friends and families of Diabetics ask how they can give back to SDWR and our answer is always this: become a puppy raiser. Many of the SDWR ambassadors are puppy raisers that work as volunteers to […]

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Can a Landlord Deny You Housing Because of a Service Dog

Can a Landlord Deny You Housing Because of a Service Dog? This question comes up more often than you’d think. People want to know if they can be denied housing from a home owner or rental company when trying to rent a house/apt because of their service animal. Fortunately, the answer is no. You cannot be denied housing because you […]

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Why Be A Service Dog Trainer for SDWR

Dogs are amazing creatures and they are capable of so much. And, if you are a dog lover you probably already know that. Have you ever thought about wanting to be a Service Dog Trainer? Have you always felt you had a special connection with dogs? Have you wondered how you could make your love for dogs an exciting new […]

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SDWR Service Dogs: Community Minded

Service Dogs Bring Us Together SDWR provides service dogs to those with invisible illnesses, but they really do much more. When you adopt one of our service dogs, whether it is a seizure response or Diabetic Alert Dog, you become a member of a national community. You are given a trainer that works closely with your family, you are given […]

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