Caring For Your Service Dog

Taking good care of your Service Dog can make all the difference in the world in the way your Service Dog performs his job.  He has been trained to take care of you in your time of need so it’s only fair for you to take care of his needs as well.  Below are some helpful tips to help you […]

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A Diabetic Alert Dog is Just 1 Piece to the Puzzle

It has been said that a pet can have a positive impact on one’s health, however; a Diabetic Alert Dog is just one of the ways to care for your diabetes. There are numerous ways of managing diabetes. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle can have a significant impact on the way you feel. Here are a few ways to get serious […]

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How Can An Autism Service Dog Help?

Autism, like the other disabilities SDWR specializes in training our service dogs for, is an invisible disability. Majority of people are unaware of the fact that an Autism service dog can provide a significant amount of assistance to those affected by these invisible disabilities. Those with autism can experience an improved connection to the world by connecting with a service dog. […]

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How Should The Public Act Around Your Service Dog?

If you have read any of our previous blogs, or other pages on our site, you will notice how we stress the fact that our service dogs are more than just utensils to live a more enriched life. We talk about how these service dogs, whether they assist with diabetes or autism, they become part of your family. Here at SDWR, […]

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What is a “Seizure Response Dog”?

  Seizure response dog is often the name you see or hear when the subject is in the air. Are you familiar with what the term means? SDWR provides it’s clients with trained Seizure Response dogs. What this means is the Service Dog is trained to act as a response to an epileptic seizure. Seizure Response Dogs are NOT trained […]

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Should a Child Get a Service Dog?

Should a child get a service dog?   Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers offers its services to those affected by Autism, Seizures, PTSD, and Diabetes, no matter if the patient is young or old. We believe that both adults and children benefit from having a service dog by their side. We get many questions a day about details pertaining to […]

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More Than a Dog

More Than a Dog According to the Code of Federal Regulations for the Americans with disabilities Act (ADA) of the United States, a service animal is a “guide dog, signal dog, or other animals individually trained to work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability.” Each and every day SDWR service dogs significantly impact their […]

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10 Reasons Why You Need a Service Dog

  1. Sense of security. Those with disabilities tend to feel vulnerable. Having a service dog by ones side allows the patient to relax and feel like they’re safe. Those suffering from PTSD can feel like they always have a set of eyes watching over them. While others suffering from diabetes, autism, or seizures have a companion who knows how […]

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Guardian Angel Service Dogs – Client stories

  Success stories are always our favorite stories here at Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers. Here, our client Amanda shares an amazing story of her Diabetic Alert Dog in action! Najiyah the Sugar Sniffer Dear SDWR, So proud of our SDWR Diabetic Alert Dog Najiyah! His name means “to keep one safe”. He keeps both of my children who suffer […]

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Taking back your freedom: Service Dogs

Giving Back Freedom Service dogs are your shadow even when it’s dark. We are often told people suffering disabilities feel vulnerable in public and social settings. It is difficult for them to stay confident and feel independent. Having a Service dog can restore feelings of independency. Not having to rely on others also gives back that feeling of confidence. Having […]

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