Escalators and moving sidewalks are everywhere in today’s convenience driven-world. Today’s Service Dog teams are likely to regularly encounter them, especially teams that travel, work in a large or multi-story office building or those that enjoy frequenting the mall. For humans, getting on an escalator or moving sidewalk is simple: step on. For Service Dogs, though, there are some additional considerations for safety.
We here at Anything Pawsable are delighted to announce that for the 4th year running, we’ll be doing a Howly Jowly gift giveaway. Howly Jowly 2016 is dedicated to all of the hardworking Service Dog teams all over the United States
It can sometimes be difficult to find places to take Service Dogs in Training (SDiT’s). Luckily for you, we’ve compiled a list of stores and restaurants, in both the United States and Canada, who have confirmed to Anything Pawsable that they indeed welcome SDiT’s.
Guides or resources for people wishing to train their own Service Dog are few and far between, so when we saw one literally titled Training Your Own Service Dog, we snatched it up for review. We did the reading, and now we’ll do the reviewing, so you can know what you’re getting before you get it.
Many people are surprised to learn there are over a dozen different specializations for Service Dogs. There are Diabetic Alert Dogs, Severe Allergy Alert dogs, Visual Assistance Dogs, Hearing Dogs for the Deaf, Wheelchair Assistance Dogs, Psychiatric Service Dogs, Brace/Mobility Support Dogs, Medical Alert Dogs, Seizure Assistance Dogs and more. What are all of these types of Service Dogs — and what do they do?