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Autism Dogs for a Peace of Mind

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  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 is a reliable solution to the worries and stresses that parents of Autistic children come across on a daily basis. Read on to learn […]

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

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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 success stories and Thank You’s from those who have chosen SDWR’s service dogs. Our service dogs are not just any dog, […]

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10 Best Practices for Keeping a Diabetic Service Dog

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  Your Diabetes Assistance Dog has so much to offer you. We know that your dog spends most of his day monitoring your wellness. So we believe it’s essential that you take care of your dog as well. When well taken care of, your service dog will perform at his or her optimal potential. Read on to find SDWR’s best […]

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How to Prepare for the Cost of a Service Dog

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We know investing in a service dog can be an expensive, yet life-changing opportunity for you and your family. Because SDWR provides the best service dog training, we know that you won’t regret purchasing a service dog from us. Read on to find a few simple yet effective ways to prepare for the cost of a service dog. Fundraising for Service […]

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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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