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Frequently Asked Questions

These are questions we commonly get asked, so we wanted to have our responses displayed here on our site!

What breeds of dogs do you recommend for a service dog?

We recommend picking a dog from the "fab 4" when deciding on a breed. This includes the Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, Poodles, and Collies. The reason behind this is because each of these breeds have commonly been used for a variety of disabilities and have a high success rate! If you want to learn more about each breed and why we recommend them please check out our tab below.

Does your service dog need a certification?

According to the ADA you are not required to have any certifications to be considered a service dog. In fact most certification websites are fake and not reputable.

What happens with the dogs that are washed from our program?

Sadly not every dog is cut out to be a service dog. In the rare occasion we do a have dogs that washes for a variety of reasons such as not being able to pick up specific task, has a hard time adapting, ect. These dogs will be offered back to their breeders and then placed in wonderful pet homes!

Where can I find more information about service dogs?

Still have more questions about service dogs? We highly recommend checking out the ADA's website that goes over all the laws and information on service dogs! 

What is a service dog?

A service dog is a dog that is individually trained to perform task that directly relate to a person's disability. These task can be physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, and more!

What is the difference between a service dog and emotional support dog (esa)?

Emotional support animals are pets that can help comfort a person. These animals are not specifically trained task to help a disability where as a service dog is. Emotional support animals do not have public access to non-pet friendly places unlike a service dog. 

How can I donate?

We take donations in a variety of ways! Our main one is going to our standard donation page here. We also take donations for specific dogs/handlers which can be found here. We also take puppy donations as well from breeders. For this we are very specific on what breeds and puppies we are willing to take and have a screening process that we do on all the breeders we plan to work with.

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