Journalistic Integrity and Dogs

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Dogs and Journalists Don’t Mix Have you ever played the game, how many inaccuracies can you find in one article by a large media outlet newspaper? It is fun but quite sad. This is not to single out a specific newspaper but to focus on the systemic problem affecting media and journalists today. It is […]

Service Dogs: Many Asian Countries Setting a Good Example

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A guide dog is trained to lead visually impaired people, while a service dog – otherwise known as a service animal – is specially trained to assist a person with a variety of physical and mental disabilities. According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a service dog’s duties range from guiding or alerting people […]

Spotlight: Freedom Service Dogs of America

Freedom Service Dogs of America

  Freedom Service Dogs of America This month, we are featuring an exceptional company by the name of Freedom Service Dogs of America! Freedom Service Dogs (FSD) is a not-for-profit organization that greatly improves the lives of people with disabilities. They provide service dogs to people of all ages and occupations, from children with Autism […]

Spotlight: 4 Paws 4 Patriots

4 Paws 4 Patriots 4 Paws 4 Patriots is a non-profit organization that provides service dogs and specialized training to veterans with disabilities absolutely free of charge. Fully funded by donations and a variety of fundraising events throughout the year, this organization makes the most out of every dollar by working with animal shelters, contract […]

Abuse of The Service Dog Title

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Abuse of the Service Dog Title (Updated 2020) Fun Paw Care receives daily calls to our Los Angeles dog training office asking how someone can get their untrained, poorly behaved pet a service dog certification. When I ask them what disability they would like the service dog task trained to help them, the answer is […]

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