Redirecting and alert after owner wakes from a nightmare
Finds lost objects to owner (keys, wallet, car, shoes, etc.) alerts when found
Reminds owner of daily routines (waking, meds, work, etc.)
Brings lost objects to owner
Alerts owner at bedtime
Wakes owner in the morning
Physically interrupting and redirecting panic attack
Retrieving medication, phone, water, family member
Creating a passive barrier between owner on others
Alerting to someone behind owner
Calling 911 and barking
Physically regulating owners heart rate
Reminding the owner to take daily meds as needed and scheduled
Alerting to anger to prevent escalation
Redirecting owner from source of anger
Redirecting owner from a potential trigger
Locates the target pain area
Relieves pain in the area
Retrieves needed items for pain relief
Assisting owner up from a seated or lying down position
... and many more!
What Is a Service Animal?
Service animal means any dog that is individually trained to do work orperform tasks
for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric,
intellectual, or other mental disability.
Emotional Support Animals and Therapy Dogs are NOT SERVICE DOGS and therefore
NOT COVERED BY ADA LAWS and NOT allowed in public.