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Learn about the best foods for your service dog. SDWR values the health of all our services dogs and want to provide support to our clients.
For those of you who will fly with your service dogs at some point, here is what you need to know about going through security in the U.S.
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Remember to follow the SDWR timeline guidelines for spaying or neutering before any procedure is perform. Read more here.
This publication provides guidance on the term “service animal” and the service animal provisions in the Department’s new regulations.
“Whether you’re explaining a disability to a child who has one or to a non-disabled child, the following key concepts should be kept in mind” advises Ava L. Siegler, Ph.D. in Child Magazine.
SDWR is excited to announce new programs aimed at helping our Nation’s first responders—Fire, Police, and EMS, in their life-saving roles.
HUD ISSUES NOTICE ON ASSISTANCE ANIMALS AND REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES.
Some dogs have no problem with the sight and sound of fireworks if they’ve been desensitized — hunting dogs, for example, grow used to the sounds and smells of hunting rifles and gun powder.