If you suffer from a disability, life can be difficult without your furry canines. Service animals provide the opportunity to interact with the world in a way that wouldn’t otherwise be possible. However, if you’re concerned about being denied access to public places, you don’t have to worry.
Service dogs are an invaluable asset to many people with disabilities. They're more than just man's best friend - many handlers rely on their dogs to navigate their daily lives. These furry companions are often seen wearing vests that identify them as official service dogs. Here, we discuss the ins and outs of these vests.
Service dogs are lifelines for their owners. For people living with physical or psychological disabilities, the assistance that service dogs provide is life-changing.