Category Archives: Health and Training

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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The SDWR Process

The SDWR Process SDWR is dedicated to helping people with disabilities to live a more productive, independent lifestyle. That is why we will not let someone’s inability to pay stop them from receiving assistance from our Service Dogs. We offer several donation assistance programs to help fund the adoption of one of our Service Dogs. We offer these programs because […]

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Blood Sugar Tips For Our Type 1 Community

Knowing how to manage your Type 1 Diabetes is crucial in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Having Low Blood Sugar can be extremely dangerous for someone who has T1D. Unfortunately, it’s not difficult for someone’s insulin levels to get low. Simply eating too much or not enough can cause a dangerous drop in one’s insulin levels and can be threatening if […]

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Why Labrador Retrievers Are Our Favorite Breed

Background Did you know that the Labrador Retrievers breed was originated on the island of Newfoundland? This is an island off the coast of Canada. These beautiful creatures were actually bred to help humans, however; people quickly realized that Labs are not only hard workers but they are kind and sweet in nature. These magnificent animals have been used to […]

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Seizure Response Dogs: Free From Fear

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If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Epilepsy we want you to know that you are not alone. SDWR understands that not all disabilities are the same and living with Epilepsy can be extremely scary. In order to help you gain more independence as well as lift some of the fears that you have, we train our […]

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