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War Dogs in Service to America

War Dogs in Service to America

I have had the pleasure of putting up a few posts about service dogs here on this blog but this is the first time I am able to address war dogs in service to America. The folks at Carry My Dog.com want to peak your interest enough to go visit another writer on another blog. The story there has all the great pictures and information you will need including the activities of the service dog involved in the Bin Laden raid. I first saw some of...

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Raising a Service Puppy What does it take

Raising a Service Puppy What does it take

I suspect most of us have no idea about raising a service puppy. So what does it take to do the job right? What about the commitment to the project? What about the emotional attachment to the Service Dog or Service Puppy? Many of us don’t even take the time to train our own puppies at home. Read about Christine Gillow and Ruby as they answer some of the questions about what it’s like raising a Service Puppy, emotionally,...

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Surf Dog Ricochet and Ian Enjoy a Surfing Day

Surf Dog Ricochet and Ian Enjoy a Surfing Day

I’m happy to bring you the latest video of Surf Dog Ricochet and Ian Enjoy a Surfing Day at the beach. This is a true example of a Dog In Service. I know there are many and I know you join me in saluting them all. Surf Dog Ricochet, the SURFice dog surfs with Ian McFarland, a 6 year old boy who suffered a brain injury in a horrific car accident that claimed the lives of his parents. Ian used to surf with his dad, but became somewhat...

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The Family Pet a Look into the Future

The Family Pet a Look into the Future

After reading this you may not think of your pet in the same way ever again. Here is a article about the family pet and I call it a look into the future. Family pets are being studied in order to understand how dogs process and absorb information. Progress in these types of studies and science mean that there can and will be more service dogs available for all the many thing they do. Guiding the blind or searching rubble are just a couple...

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