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Service and Therapy Dogs If you are interested in working with service dogs or had always wanted to get involved with a therapy dog this episode is for you! Michelle Huntting, an instructor of Kenyon Canine Institute, will be interviewing Pat Hairston, the program manager for Canines for Service.
Canines for Service is based out of Wilmington, NC. This non-profit organization is impacting so many lives. They have several different programs: Canines for Service, Canines for Veterans, Canines for Therapy, and Canines for Literacy.
This is such a great organization to get involved with. You won't want to miss the interview and call in with your own questions!
Sponsored by: Kenyon Canine Institute
In this radio show I'll be talking about service dogs. I'll gladly take any of your calls and questions about service dogs, in addition I'll be covering the following.
Who can get a service dog.
Where to get a service dog.
What service dogs dog.
Training for a service dog.
Service dog accessibility.
What to do if you see someone with a service dog.
And much more.
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In this episode William talks about the importance of maintaining consistancy in dog training and the benifits in doing so.
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Join Robert and Michele Forto on Dog Works Radio as we discuss the new service dog rules and regulations that were put in place just a week ago by the Department of Justice. Dog Works Radio is fueled by Native Performance Dog Food and is part of Twine Group Media.
We will be talking about Service Dog Training. Conyers Service Canines was founded in the summer of 2013 by the Conyers family. Having over 40 years of combined canine training and behavior experience, CSC's mission is to provide high-quality started and fully trained Service Dogs for those who may benefit from their unique and valuable assistance. CSC specializes in Service Dogs for those with invisible disabilities such as PTSD, Autism, Type 1 Diabetes, Hearing Impairment and fatal allergies. Each CSC Service Dog is provided to his or her Handler/family at no cost to them; funding for the acquisitions and training of these special dogs is provided by the Conyers family and the generosity of the public. CSC also offers fundraising venues through public seminars, work-place education, and school functions to help raise awareness of Service Dogs and their true purpose as essential mitigation tools and support for disabled Americans. www.conyerscanines.com
Join us with guest Joe Frazier and his Pit Bull Service Dog, Dosha.Just how does a rescued Pit Bull become a Service Dog without the breeding and without the training? Just a natural ability to adapt and alert to a persons condition.This is going to be something we can all learn from, and I hope you'll pass it on and share it with anyone you think might want to hear about Joe and Dosha's story.As always, we encourage your comments and questions, so give us a call wen we're on there
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