service dogs

Not Just Tools: Service Dogs Give Owners More Than Physical Care

Service dogs help with mobility, medical alerts, and emotional needs. However, there are other ways that they can help individuals beyond their usual roles. A new study shows that service dogs may impact people’s lives on an emotional, companionship level.

by Gel Galang
February 22nd

You Can Donate Shoes To Help Rescue Dogs And Veteran Soldiers

Healing Paws for Warriors has come up with an excellent idea to raise money for training service dogs, and you can help by donating your shoes! They’re accepting new or gently worn shoes at local Florida dropoff locations.

by Gel Galang
January 30th

How Service Dogs Can Help Stroke Patients

Service dogs can help stroke patients with mobility, accessibility, and warning their owners of upcoming attacks. They can also provide companionship for those who are depressed or withdrawn.

by Beth Meadows
November 14th

It’s National Guide Dog Month! Guide Dogs In Action

Whether your dog is a guide dog or just a companion that helps you guide through life with some added happiness, DogTime would like to commend and celebrate the work these dogs do to help their humans. Below are some wonderful guide dogs doing what they do best.

by Beth Meadows
August 23rd

Fake Service Dogs: A Shame…And A Crime

Editorial: Falsely claiming your pet dog is a service dog is a crime; regardless of what one’s motives are; plus, it hurts people who legitimately rely on such animals.

by Nina Stively
September 1st, 2015

Service dogs denied access to stores

Americans with disabilities denied: Three recent examples of humans who were denied entry to, or asked to leave, stores because they’re accompanied by a service dog.

by DogTime
September 4th, 2014
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