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SDWR Review: Tzalie the Diabetic Alert Dog

Setting The Record Straight With SDWR Because SDWR is not a stranger to criticism we'd like to share an SDWR review with you. In our fast paced world, no organization is immune to online discussions and that's why we feel it's time to set the record straight. Unfortunately, there are some organizations out there who give Diabetic Alert Dogs a bad reputation. At SDWR, we want you to know that we are not one of them. We are a Not-For-Profit organization that dedicates it’s time and res
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Service Dogs By Warren Retrievers Reviews: Autism Service Dog

Setting The Record Straight With SDWR At Service Dogs By Warren Retrievers we are not strangers to criticism. Our organization works tirelessly to provide families of those with invisible disabilities with service dogs that improve their quality of life. But we know there are groups out there who give Autism Service Dogs a bad rep. We want you to know that we are not one of them. We are a Not-For-Profit organization that dedicates it’s time and resources to training service dogs that
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SDWR Reviews: Clearing The Air

Setting The Record Straight With SDWR At SDWR, we are not strangers to criticism. Our organization works tirelessly to provide families of those with invisible disabilities with service dogs that improve their quality of life. But we know there are groups out there who give Diabetic Alert Dogs a bad rep. We want you to know that we are not one of them. We are a Not-For-Profit organization that dedicates it's time and resources to training service dogs that are backed by a
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Watch An Autism Service Dog Work

At SDWR, we frequently get the question well "how does an autism service dog work?" Well, each Autism Service Dog is a little bit different in that our trainers teach them to work for you! Each child on the specturm has a slightly different case, it's not a service dog "one size fits all" because Autism Therapy is not a one size fits all diagnosis. Our trainers work with your family to address concerns specific to your child and train the dog skills to provide peace of mind and therapeutic relie
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Become A Puppy Raiser At SDWR

At SDWR, part of what makes our process so special is the way each puppy is raised in a home environement. SDWR puppy raisers take in a 6-8 week old puppy and teach them the basics of dog etiquette for 6 months. This valuable time allows you to enjoy all the fun of these fluffy puppies while also giving a family with an invisible disability the gift of independence. There is no in depth training required of you, all we ask is that you socialize the puppy and potty train and give tons of love. Fo
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