Assistance service dogs come in many colors and breed - some pure breeds and some mutt breeds. They are very helpful in all areas for the disabled.
Guide Dogs, Diabetic Alert Dogs, Mobility Assistance Dogs, Seizure Response Dogs, Autism Support Dogs, Allergy Detection Dogs & Psychiatric Service Dogs. An autism service dog, for example, can accompany a child to decrease anxiety during medical or dental visits, school activities, shopping, and travel. Some autism service dogs are trained to recognize and gently interrupt self-harming behaviors or help de-escalate an emotional meltdown. Interest in learning more about autism service dog? Visit www.autismspeaks.org
Love Paws on Walls
9/14/19 6ABC.com Take a homeless dog on a playdate with #RoverAllOver - Give a dog a break while they wait for a adopt family. Help with a walk, socialize, & more. RoverAllOver Watch Journey