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Types of Service Dogs and What They Do

Service Dogs by SDWR is committed to changing the lives of those living with invisible disabilities such as Autism, Diabetes, PTSD, and Seizure Disorders. SDWR’s unique service dog program is unmatched. Our training and service dog placement guidelines are highly structured for each service dog and his or her family. To further ensure success for between both parties, the Service Dogs By SDWR’ program promotes a high level of involvement between your family, the serv
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Difference Between Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals

After the perceived exploitations of the protections for emotional support animals over the past few years, businesses and the public have gained a skepticism of any person seeking accommodations for his or her animal. However, this skepticism has been unfairly applied to service animals for such unseen disabilities as PTSD, autism, diabetes, and epilepsy. Here are five facts about service
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Diabetic Alert Service Dog Delivered by SDWR to Woman in Pinehurst, Idaho

Diabetic Alert Dog Kendrick After 45 years of managing diabetes, Brenda received Kendrick, her first service dog from SDWR. The dog will not only provide support during times of crisis but also help her to live a
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Diabetic Alert Service Dog Delivered by SDWR to Family in Highlands Ranch, CO

Diabetic Alert Dog, Beth After 5 years of sleepless nights filled with worry about their daughter’s blood sugar, Maryann and Jeff are looking forward to the extra help their daughter’s service
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How Service Dogs Can Help Children with Autism


For generations, animals have aided humans with special needs. As a classic example, seeing eye dogs can provide assistance navigating those with visual impairments. Better yet, these dogs also offer safety and security from potentially dangerous situations and people. Just as significantly, animals -- and dogs in particular -- can be a calming source of emotional and psychological support for many. It’s no wonder th
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Summer Parasites To Look Out For

Summer Parasites To Look Out For Giardia is a single-celled parasite that inhabits the intestines of mammals, birds, and amphibians. There are several different “
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$7,500 SDWR Autism Service Dog Grant Awarded to 9-Year-Old Boy in Mentor, OH

Tristen, a 9-year old boy in Mentor, Ohio, has received a very generous $7,500 Grant towards his very own Autism Service Dog from SDWR. Mentor, OH, April 24, 2019 -- Tristen, a 9-year o
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$12,500 SDWR Autism Service Dog Grant Awarded to 8-Year-Old Boy in Lawrence, MA

Lawrence, MA, April 19, 2019 - Max, an 8-year old boy living in Lawrence, Massachusetts, has received a very generous $12,500 Grant towards his very own Autism Service Dog from Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, or “SDWR,” to assist him and help better communicate his needs. SDWR, a 501(c)3 non-prof
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$10,000 SDWR Autism Service Dog Grant Awarded to 8-Year-Old Boy in Gaithersburg, MD

Gaithersburg, MD, April 10, 2019 -- Keegan, an 8-year old boy living in Gaithersburg, Maryland, has received a very generous $10,000 Grant towards his very own Autism Service Dog from Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, or “SDWR,” to assist him and help better communicate his needs. SDWR, a 501(c)3 no
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SDWR Training Tips

LISTEN TO YOUR DOG- Learn to listen to your service dog in training. If your dog appears to be uncomfortable meeting another dog, animal or person, don’t insist that he say hello. He’s telling you that he isn’t comfortable for a reaso
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