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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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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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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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How To Be Selected By SDWR

From the start of your process with Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers to get your tailored to you service dog , SDWR is 100% committed to being as efficient and caring as possible. We truly believe in putting the needs of our delicate clients first. SDWR has developed a unique client-based program for not only the training of our service dogs, but […]

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The Best Service Dog Provider

From start to finish, the SDWR process is efficient and caring. We put those with disabilities and special needs first in order to supply them with the dog they need. SDWR is truly a caring and loving non-profit centered on finding need and filling it with their services. From giving lonely young children a companion to helping adults better manage […]

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Service Dogs for Independence

The beauty of the SDWR services is that we train dogs that restore independence to those struggling from an invisible disability. Our service dogs, true to their name, are so much more than a companion animal, they are a support system. Be it diabetes or autism; don’t let your disability remove you from the life you want to lead. Time […]

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Introduction to Service Dogs

A service dog is a life saving blessing and yet, as the number one provider of service dogs in the nation, we find that families or individuals with a need for service dogs (Diabetic Alert Dog, Autism Service Dog, Seizure Response Dog) never know what to expect. When deciding whether a service dog is appropriate for your family, let our […]

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What does it mean when a diabetic goes low? Sugar breaks down into energy, so it is like a battery to keep the body running. Non-diabetics have the ability to keep their body running right without doing anything. Diabetics though need outside help. Since their blood sugar is regulated by people, instead of their bodies issues arise. One such issue […]

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