Canines 4 Hope.ORG Raising Awareness for Service Dogs

CANINES4HOPE.ORG   ~   A Non Profit Organization
Service Dogs - Raising Awareness
Raising Awareness through Educational Events and
Providing Guidance and Support for those in need of a Service Dog
Phone:  772-631-4932

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All About Service Dogs

Service dogs are trained for people with limitations that require a dog to help with everyday tasks, early warning situations or companionship.  service dogs

  • Service Dogs - dog training to retrieve medication, open doors, Alert Authorities
  • Assistance Dogs - dog training to provide wheelchair assistance or stability

Service Dogs, Assistance Dogs and Alert Dogs can help make life easier for people with the following disabilities:

Service Dogs - Basic Tasks

service dogsA Service Dog helps individuals with limitations live a normal life with a sense of independence they deserve.

Service dogs can accomplish these basic tasks:

  • Retrieve Medication and Other Items

  • Open Doors and Cabinets

  • Pick Up Phone

  • Alert Authorities

  • Turn On and Off Lights

  • Alert Owner to Seizures

  • Alert Owner to Changes in Blood Sugar

  • Find Keys

  • Take Off Shoes and Socks

  • Carry Groceries or Laundry

  • Assist with Walking

  • Alert Owner to Sounds (doorbell, phone, etc)

  • Pick Up Mail

  • Provide Companionship

It's important to find a Certified Service Dog Trainer who can custom design a care program and train a service dog, alert dog or assistance dog for your specific needs. A service dog can be trained anywhere between 3 to 6 months and once fully train, a service dog can alleviate some of the burden from care takers and help individuals with medical or physical limitations have a richer and easier life.
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