Important Things to Know About Service Dogs
However, it was not until the 20th century that service dog training evolved to help people with special life situations. In 1929, the first official guide dog school in the United States was founded. It was called Seeing Eye Inc. By the 1960’s, service dogs for people facing unique challenges became more normalized, and by the mid-1970’s organizations like Canine Companions for Independence provided highly trained assistance dogs for adults and children.
Although service dogs appear almost everywhere today, there is still a lot of confusion and misunderstanding about how important they are for the well-being of their human handlers. Therefore, we hope this blog article helps you understand some important things to know about service dogs that you can use to help spread positive, compassionate awareness for these amazing animals. Please read on to learn 5 very important service dog facts.
5 Service Dog Facts
We have compiled this list of 5 service dog facts based on popular questions we are asked when performing public advocacy and outreach programs. If you have a question the information below does not answer, please contact us or leave a comment and we will be happy to answer it for you.
Arizona Service Dog Charity
As a 501(c)3 non-profit Arizona service dog charity organization, Northern Arizona Service Dogs relies on your generosity and kindness to provide our services to adults and children throughout the United States who benefit from these amazing canines. All donations are 100% tax deductible, and every little bit helps us tremendously toward achieving our mission. We hope these 5 service dogs facts are helpful to you, and we welcome you to contact us to discuss how you can help us help others who need help and hope the most. Thank You!