Below You Will Find Several Links to Information About Service Dogs, as well as Therapy and Emotional Support Animals.
What Makes An Animal More Than Just A Pet? Service Animals Assist People with Many Types of Disabilities. Learn the difference between Service Dogs, Therapy Animals and Emotional Pets.
SaddleUp! Foundation (Horse Therapy)
What Makes An Animal More Than Just A Pet? Service Animals Assist People with Many Types of Disabilities.
*UPDATE: 9/15/2010 - “Service animal” definition changed to dogs only (with exception of mini-horses under specific conditions) on 7/23/2010. Final rule published in the Federal Register 9/15/2010, which goes into effect 3/15/2011. NEW ADA Revisions Limit “Service Animals” to Dogs /How was the definition of “service animal” changed July 23, 2010? / Final Rule for Title II / Title II Fact Sheet / Text of Revised Title II Regulation / Final Rule for Title III / Title III Fact Sheet / Text of Revised Title III Regulation/ 2011 Revised Service Animal Definitions and Rules
Service Dogs are Best Buddy for Veterans with PTSD CBS Evening News
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