7 Things About Seizure Response Dogs We Want You to Know

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  There are common questions that will cross your mind when looking into investing in a seizure response dog. At SDWR, we’ve learned an endless amount about what you might be wondering, and present to you the few facts we surely want you to know. 1. Seizure dogs are responsive, not preventative. It’s a common misconception that seizure response dogs […]

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How to Solve the Biggest Challenges with Autism

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In the face of Autism, there are innumerable challenges caretakers face while raising an Autistic family member. At SDWR, we’ve listened and provided solutions to those very issues, only to help enhance the lives of those with Autism. Because SDWR encourages Autism awareness, we’ve listed those common challenges, as well as how service dogs for children with Autism can provide answers. Disciplining […]

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4 Common Misconceptions About Assistance Dogs

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  As service dog providers, we know there are many misconceptions about what having a service dog entails. Most people see a hassle or a burden associated with service dogs. The truth is that SDWR’s service dogs are caring and intelligent companions for anyone with autism or diabetes. Here are four common assumptions that prove themselves false through SDWR’s amazing […]

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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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