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Links and Service Dog Resources

Service Dog related services and products 

 

Service Dog Resources (national/international)

 

Delta Society / Pet Partners

Info on Therapy Dogs, & the National Service Dog Resource Center is a web-based Pet Partners program, providing information and resources.

 

Please Don’t Pet Me
Excellent online resource community. Promoting widespread understanding and respect for all service dog teams. Follow us on Facebook

 

Service Dog Central
Community of service dog partners and trainers, great info and resource site

 

IOTA (International Owner/Trainer Association) for guide dogs

An international group of blind people organized around preserving the option of owner/training our own dog guides to specifically definable standards

 

Assistance Dogs International
Coalition of not for profit organizations that train and place Assistance Dogs. The purpose of ADI is to improve the areas of training, placement, and utilization of Assistance Dogs as well as staff and volunteer education.

 

Petplan is an pet insurance provider
Headquartered in Newtown Square, PA, Petplan is America’s best-loved pet health insurance provider,  Our relationship with Petplan uniquely allows us to draw upon more than 35 years of actuarial data, history and experience so that we can provide an unprecedented level of care, support and value to American service dog teams and pet parents. 

 

Embrace Pet Insurance

Open and honest actions and communications come first and they guide all that we do. We do the right thing for our pet parents and partners and they will do the same for us. We respect our Embraced pet parents above all else and never forget that they come to us by choice. We share a personal responsibility to maintain our pet parents’ loyalty & trust, which must never be taken for granted. We listen and respond to our pet parents and seek to WOW them at every turn.

Guide To Service Dogs

Many dogs commonly assist those who are visually or hearing impaired. There are also dogs trained to assist those who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Autism, mental illnesses, seizures, other medical health conditions, and more.




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