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SDWR Grant Winner Gives Us an Insider’s Perspective on Autism Dogs

-+*It’s been about six months since we announced our service dog grant winner: author, blogger, and mother Jeannie Davide-Rivera. Jeannie herself has been diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, and like every other autism care taker, spends her time

‘Midnight Three & Six’ : A Reflection on Juvenile Diabetes

-+*In the Sundance Film Festival 2015, Joe Callander debuts his film ‘Midnight Three & Six.’ The independent film chronicles the daily life of a teenager living with Type 1 Diabetes. Throughout the film, we see Grace, the teenage Diabetic, tu

Diabetic Alert Dogs and Sundance Film Festival

-+*SDWR is proud to be a part of such an amazing film. This year’s Sundance Film Festival features the documentary ‘Midnight Three & Six’ which shows a mother’s efforts to manage her daughter’s daily struggle with a life-th

Autism Dogs for a Peace of Mind

-+*    Parents or guardians of Autistic children face countless challenges in daily life. Keeping your Autistic child calm, protected, and safe can take all of your attention and energy, and leave you feeling distressed. Fortunately, there

Why We Love Our Service Dogs (And Why You Should, Too!)

-+*  It’s no surprise we spend a lot of time around therapy dogs. From years of breeding, training and raising service dogs, we’ve come to learn what makes them incredibly special. And it’s not just us. Everyday, we receive countless succe
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