Seizure Response Service Dog Delivered to 22-Year-Old Woman in Cleveland, Ohio

10 Apr 2019

Cleveland, OH, April 10, 2019 – A 22-year-old woman named Hannah living in Cleveland, Ohio, has just received an extremely special Seizure Response Service Dog from Service Dogs by SDWR. Service Dogs by SDWR, or “SDWR,” has a mission to provide specially bred dogs for individuals of all ages with invisible disabilities like Autism Spectrum […]

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Seizure Response Service Dog Delivered to Woman with Epilepsy in Brooklyn, NY

27 Jul 2018

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 received an extremely special Seizure Response Service Dog from Service Dogs by SDWR. Service Dogs by […]

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12-Year-Old Girl in North Bend, Oregon Recieves Seizure Response Dog

5 Dec 2017

Hannah, a 12-year-old girl diagnosed with Giant Coronary Artery Aneurysm from North Bend, Oregon, has received a lifesaving Seizure Response Dog from Service Dogs by SDWR. PRESS RELEASE UPDATED: DEC 5, 2017 A 12-year-old girl named Hannah from North Bend, Oregon has just received a lifesaving Seizure Response Dog from Service Dogs by SDWR. Service Dogs […]

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SDWR Partner Calling Epileptic Patients For Clinical Trial

13 Dec 2016

SDWR does not endorse or participate in clinical studies conducted by Onsite Clinical Solutions. SDWR only supports the distribution of information and awareness for invisible disabilities.    This is a breakthrough treatment, and OnSite Clinical Solutions hopes it’ll change the way seizure disorders are treated in the future. While participating in the study, patients will receive […]

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Become A Puppy Raiser At SDWR

3 Feb 2016

At SDWR, part of what makes our process so special is the way each puppy is raised in a home environement. SDWR puppy raisers take in a 6-8 week old puppy and teach them the basics of dog etiquette for 6 months. This valuable time allows you to enjoy all the fun of these fluffy […]

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Seizure Dogs: Bridging the Gap Between Care & Independence

5 Jun 2015

Individuals with a seizure disorder are often living life constant stress and anxiety. Those who suffer from frequent seizures know how difficult it is to have a fulfilling lifestyle free from worry. It’s also hard for their caretakers to find a balance between care and independence. That’s what makes medical response dogs for seizures so […]

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Keeping Epilepsy Under Control

28 Apr 2015

As an invisible illness, living with epilepsy can be complicated. If you or a loved one suffer from epilepsy, you know the side effects can cause struggles that most people don’t see. At Service Dogs for Warren Retrievers, we train our seizure assist dogs to help counter the side effects from any seizure disorder. Living […]

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A Seizure Response Dog Review

7 Apr 2015

As service dogs providers, it’s our mission to create a better life for those with invisible illness and their families. Through our financial assistance, service dog training and involvement in the invisible illness community, we have placed hundreds of families with service dogs. From time to time, our clients reach out to us letting us […]

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Epilepsy and Independence: Finding a Balance

10 Mar 2015

At Service Dogs by SDWR, we come across many who live with epilepsy. Again and again, we see the same issue arise: finding independence in the face of an invisible illness. If you or a loved one live with seizure disorder, you most likely know that it can be limiting and taxing, both mentally and […]

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Seizure Response Dogs: A Blessing for Parents

4 Feb 2015

At SDWR, we hear stories every day about how seizure disorder affects the lives of the ones they love. With years of exposure to the complications of seizure disorder, we’ve seen the worries and concerns of parents whose children are affected by this invisible illness. With that, there’s one thing we want you to know: […]

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