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Everything You Need to Know About Service Dogs

If you are considering adopting a service dog from SDWR, you likely have a lot of questions. From understanding the lifestyle adjustments to what qualifies you for a service, it’s important to get all the information about this new addition to your family before the transition starts. At SDWR, our dogs are purebred and highly trained, which means, we take […]

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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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Service Dogs and SDWR

SDWR is proud that we can bring so much hope and enlightenment in someone’s life simply by doing what we love. We provide people with disabilities a highly trained Service Dogs to help manage their everyday life. We would like to talk a little on how each one of our Service Dogs can help you. SDWR Autism Service Dog An SDWR […]

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Should a Child Get a Service Dog?

Should a child get a service dog?   Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers offers its services to those affected by Autism, Seizures, PTSD, and Diabetes, no matter if the patient is young or old. We believe that both adults and children benefit from having a service dog by their side. We get many questions a day about details pertaining to […]

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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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