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Why We Are Proud to Be SDWR

We have all been told it is impolite to brag, however; here at SDWR believe there is a huge difference between humble pride and bragging. We are proud of our humble Service Dogs and we are proud of our achievements but most of all, we are proud of the work we do to help all of you. When a client […]

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Caring For your Service Dog in Public

Caring for your service dog in public can be tricky. When most people see a beautiful, well behaved dog their first reaction is to want to say hello and pet them. However; it is so important that we educate the public that our Service Dogs are not your average dog. These animals are our life lines in most cases and […]

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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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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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