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Diabetic Alert Dog Delivered to 10-Year-Old Boy with Type 1 Diabetes in Ontario, Canada

Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, or "SDWR," delivered a very special, custom trained Diabetic Alert Dog to a 10-year-old boy with Type 1 Diabetes in Ontario, Canada. PRESS RELEASE Holland Centre, Canada, August 21, 2018 - Easton, a 10
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Autism Service Dog from SDWR Delivered to 7-Year-Old Boy in York, Maine

A 7-year-old Boy in York, Maine named Jackson received a very special delivery of his very own Autism Service Dog from Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, also known as "SDWR." Press Release, York, ME, August 08, 2018 - Jackson, a 7-year old boy living in York
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Common Signs and Symptoms of Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

Hip Dysplasia in Dogs There may not be to more terrifying words in the English language than these two for the owners of Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, all kinds of Doodles – including Labradoodles – and nu
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Seizure Response Service Dog Delivered to Woman with Epilepsy in Brooklyn, NY

35-year-old Rebecca in Brooklyn, NY has just received a very special delivery of an SDWR Seizure Response Service Dog. Press Release, New York, NY, July 27, 2018 -A 35-year-old woman named Rebecca living in Brooklyn, New York has just receiv
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Custom-Trained Autism Service Dog to Help 7-Year-Old Girl in Riva, MD

A 7-year-old little girl in Riva, MD named Caroline received a very special delivery of her very own Autism Service Dog from Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, also known as "SDWR." Press Release, Riva, MD, July 17, 2018
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Why You Should Not Shave Or Excessively Clip Your Golden or Labrador Retriever

As we approach the warmer summer months, it is a common misconception that it is perfectly safe to shave your Golden or Labrador Retriever to help them cool off. In fact, doing this can have many effects that could be detrimental to your service dog. While grooming is a must, shaving or clipping a Golden or Labrador's coat can do more harm than good. Read our list below to find out why:
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Are Rawhide Chews Dangerous for Your Dog?

Rawhide chews and taking good care of your service dog One big question is how safe it is to provide your dog with rawhide chews? If you have a service dog or are taking care of a service dog in training, then you need to take care of your dog's health by watching what they eat. After all, there is a lot of time and effort put into training a service dog
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Important Reminder for SDWR Volunteer Raisers: Heartgard & Seresto Collars

Heartgard can only be obtained by a veterinarian and ONLY AFTER the dog has been tested negative for heartworms. Heartgard is a monthly medication that is given to dogs to prevent heartworm larvae from developing into adults. Heartgard does not kill adult worms. When you give your
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A Guide to Service Dog Etiquette

Service dogs are in public settings to enable their handler to have the freedom with a disability that they otherwise wouldn't be able to do. They are not there to work for or get attention from anyone except their handler. These dogs do amazing and complicated jobs 24/7. Read our best suggestions below on how to interact with service dogs and their handlers in order not to offend them or interrupt their lifesaving work.
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Psychiatric or PTSD Service Dog Handlers to Get Tax Credit in Canada

Great news for those with (or looking to obtain) a PTSD Service Dog! The 2018 Canadian federal budget proposes expanding the current medical expense tax credit to recognize costs for psychiatric service dogs.
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