— The dogs, many pulled from animal shelters, help former soldiers regain their independence.
— The Golden Retriever has been on the job for seven years, changing the lives of seniors and special-needs kids alike.
— The Belgian Malinois shows his friendly side to fans, showing that police dogs don't always have to be scary.
— In the program, veterans train dogs to become service animals who will help them navigate post-war life.
— She had her hand on the door, Elvis by her side, when the driver bolted.
— The tiny Papillon and her teen handler, Joel Wilcox, spread awareness about epilepsy and the service dogs who help those with the disorder.
— The author does what every soldier who served with Lucca did: She puts the military dog out front to lead the way.
— Our congratulations go out to the diabetes alert, narcotics detection, and urban search and rescue pros.
— The therapy dog, rescued from a horrific hoarder situation, has visited some 300 schools.
— "Rowan's accuracy is incredible," says Abby. "He alerts me when my blood sugar is ... beginning to drop, and this gives me enough time to check it."
— A lawsuit says as much. The National Federation of the Blind cites more than 30 instances where drivers denied service.
— Why is it so hard for businesses to educate workers on service dogs?
— It occurred to me that one day I'll have to retire Nash, so I talked to other blind people who have retired dogs to learn what they've done.
— Service dog trainers and puppy raisers talk about preparing dogs for a lifetime of helping others.
— For International Assistance Dog Week, here's a collection of Dogster stories and photos covering their remarkable skills and life-changing abilities.
— I advised my dog-rescue group not to send animals to Raja Renata Ranch long before its founder faced animal cruelty charges.
— When you add a service dog to your family, it's up to you to protect yourself from scammers.
— A young son uses a service dog for his epilepsy, and that rendered their reservation no good.
— Major the Pit Bull/Lab mix pulled a phone from his owner's pocket -- and that wasn't in his training.
— For kids like Andrew, a service dog is a link to the outside world, helping avoid meltdowns and lead a normal life.
— The actress and author shares her passion for dogs, dolphins, and protecting the oceans.
— The actors of the NBC sitcom about a guide dog and his family talk about -- what else? -- dogs.
— The Massachusetts Canine Response Team gives Mishi the black Lab one more assignment before they had to put her to sleep.
— As a consultant on NBC’s "Growing Up Fisher" and media liaison for Guide Dogs of America, Lorri knows guide dogs -- she even uses one herself.
— A Florida condo association wants Laura the Black Lab out because she's over the weight restrictions.
— Married 50 years to your high school sweetheart? Awesome, but not the same as having a guide dog.
— People across the political spectrum call for the officer's firing, but that won't fix the real problem.
— Like full-fledged service animals, ESAs are about freedom and health for people with disabilities.
— Those who attack or let another animal attack a guide dog will face 18 months behind bars and a $10,000 fine, plus compensation.
— Guide Dogs for the Blind takes Alfie from a woman who had done much volunteer work for the group.
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