• After School Care Programs

    Posted on by Don

    Hello to all We received and e-mail which we must share with everyone. It came form a group called  After School Care Programs, Located in the heart of El Paso County, Colorado. Here is what was said. Date: Monday, June 1, 2015 Subject: comments on Kujo Service Dog webpage To: webmaster <webmaster@kujotheservicedog.com> Hi, My name is Courtney and I’m a mentor and tutor for a small group of kids in my local area. My class and I wanted to give you a shout and send you some virtual “high-fives” on your page, http://www.kujotheservicedog.com/links-service-dog-resources. We’ve been doing a fun research project on the importance of service dogs and decided to bookmark your page, thanks. 🙂 Since we decided to bookmark your page, the kids thought it’d be a brilliant idea to send you a page they found, http://www.dogguard.com/guide-to-service-dogs.html . They figured it’d be a great learning page to add with your other resources. Do you mind adding it? They’d feel so accomplished knowing your other web visitors could benefit from it too. We’d love to hear any feedback you have…maybe even a “high-five” back. 😛 Thank you for your time, Courtney Phillips The link was added.. Here’s more about After School […]

  • Basic Dog Obedience

    Getting a new dog is an exciting time for the entire family, especially if you’re bringing home a puppy. Basic dog obedience classes may be offered in your community but you can train your dog at home by following some general guidelines. Some breeds are quick to learn, including German Shepherds, Border Collies and Shih Tzu’s, but any dog can benefit from acquiring basic dog obedience skills. 1. Start your obedience training by getting your dog accustomed to wearing a collar. Most dogs quickly accept this training aid if you choose a buckle-type collar that does not pinch the dog’s neck or pull their fur. Avoid using choke-chain type collars and adjust your dog’s collar to allow two-finger widths between his neck and the collar. 2. Hook the 6-foot leash to your dog’s collar. A shorter leash does not allow your dog the freedom to obey your commands and a longer leash may be distracting, offering the dog too much freedom. Walk around a bit until your dog realizes that the leash now connects you and him. 3. Begin training the basic commands. “Sit, stay, down, heel and come” are the first five commands dogs most often learn in an […]


  • Dean & Tyler Guide is a mobility assistance harness

    Dean & Tyler Guide is a mobility assistance harness with a sturdy handle, double-ply leather and light-reflective stripes on the chest strap. Girth can fit 25”-31” with five adjustable sizes or 27″ – 35 in size Large. The handle is steel covered in premium leather with a crossbar for additional support; handle may be removed with snap buckles. Link to this post!


  • ADA Service Dog Law, Inquiries, Exclusions and Charges

    Inquiries, Exclusions, Charges, Rules Related to Service Dogs   People who have service dogs know the value of having that help that the service dog can provide. Many handlers /owners have confrontations with businesses, hospital staff, taxi drivers, and even doctors and the general public. Below you will find the ADA Laws on service dogs. Don’t Let businesses run you off. Stand your grown, Stand up for your rights. Our money is no different then anyone else. you are not alone in this. Inquiries: When it is not obvious what tasks an service dog provides. The business owner or their employees may ask you. The company staff are limited in their inquiries.  The Staff may ask two questions: (1) is the dog a service animal required because of a disability. (2) what work or task has the dog been trained to perform.  Staff may not ask: (1) About your disability or require medical documentation. (2) Require a special identification card or training documentation for the dog (3) Ask that the dog demonstrate its ability to perform the work or task. The business owner or their employees Not wanting to work around or be in the same room or area? I […]


  • The Service Dog Store update

    We would like to thank all the customers and followers for the Service Dog Store and Kujo The Service Dog. Due to the overwhelming  popularity of our site, we had a Server Crash with the store. All the visitors and orders are safe, not to worry all of your personal information was not jeopardized. If you placed orders they have been processed you will received conformation when shipped. You will not be billed until your purchase ships. We are rebuilding the store. this will take a couple of weeks or months for it to be complete. The new store will be more user-friendly, easier to navigate, easier to complete your transaction. You will have to create a new account this process will be much easier. Thank You for your countless support. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Don Gillett   Link to this post!