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Transcript of Service Dogs
Service dogs are good to have around because they help people with disabilities and can be trained to fit your own disability.
What are service dogs used for?
What are service dogs?
They are dogs that are trained to help people with different disabilities.
What Kinds of dogs can be service dogs?
Any kind of dog can be trained to become a service dog.
They come in all different shapes, sizes, and breeds.
"Some of the most common breeds associated with service work are Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers and German Shepherd Dogs. However, other breeds like Standard Poodles, Papillons, Doberman Pinschers, Australian Shepherds, Boxers, Australian Cattle Dogs and Border Collies are gaining in popularity as service dogs".
“Welcome to Service Dogs For Independence” Service Dogs For Independence n.p 2013 Web. 3 December 2013
“Providing Great Danes for the Mobility Impaired” Service Dog Project, Inc. n.p, 2012 Web. 3 December 2013
“What is a service dog?” Please Don’t Pet Me n.p, n.d Web. 3 December 2013
They help people with disabilities.
“Service animal means any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability".
By: Makayla Morgan
What kind of disabilities do service dogs help with?
Dogs can help or be trained with any disability.
"including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability".
They also can help people with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and the blind.
Service dogs help people with different disabilities and can be trained to fit your disability that's why they are good to have around.
They help perform tasks for people with limited mobility.
Dogs can also help people with disabilities, PTSD, diabetes, and other symptoms.