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a service dog does things for it's owner if they are unable to do so for themselves and it lessens the effects of their disability and heightens their ability to function in other major areas. Here are some examples of the services they provide; guiding people who are blind, alerting people who are deaf, pulling a wheelchair, alerting and protecting a person who is having a seizure, reminding a person with mental illness to take prescribed medications, calming a person with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) during an anxiety attack, and performing other duties. There are plenty of other tasks they can perform but these are the most common.While taking care of your animal you would do everything you would do with a normal animal except you have to take care of yourself as well. They can sense when something is wrong and they are there to help so try not to set off any miscommunication. There isn't just one type of service dog there are multiple but they all have mostly everything in common but some are for specific disabilities.

a racing dog needs training which means being undertaken into a dedicated with the intention to improve the fitness of the racing dog. These types of dogs need a lot of maintenance, such as; slipping track for their excerise, a dog racing facility, kennel, circular training facility, and more. Dogs need a lot of time to train and to relax themselves. There are some things to pay closely attention to, such as;  theyre extremely sensitive to heat and cold, likely because of their lack of body fat and their thin coats, how much they eat and drink, if they get down and not feeling well, their nails need to be trimmed frequently, they need to be groomed and kept up with often. There aren't too many racing dogs nowadays but they are still around. It's best to be as loving and caring as possible.

a therapeutic dog may not be allowed at certain public venues or in living situations in which the landlord has a no-animal policy. Therapy dogs are trained but for the same tasks as service dogs but their main responsibilities are to provide psychological and physiological therapy to people other than their handlers in times of stress. They have good temperaments and calm, and very easy going. A therapeutic dog knows when their human starts to get upset and sad so they start to show sympathy and empathy by nuzzling or whining. The abilities they have are actively participating in physical rehabilitation therapy to giving children with learning disabilities the confidence to read aloud and dealing with the anxiety, recovery and stress management because of their natures and willingness to interact with people no matter their physical or emotional states. These types of dogs you have to build an emotional and physical bond with because the closer you get the better their insticts may be which will help them be able to sense things before they actually happen.

a police dog track criminals, sniff out illegal materials, search buildings, sniff out drugs, weapons, bombs, and do other jobs human police officers can't do as well as a dog can. Not only are there thousands of police dogs on the job on any given day, but there are also hundreds of police dogs who have given their lives to protect and serve. Police dogs are very presence when it comes to preventing physical confrontations. A police dog is very intimidating and can make a human back down any day. When having a police dog they go with you every regardless, they protect you and others. When having a police dog around they become your pet and most importantly your partner so you take care of it the way you would any other dog with love and affection.

a hunting dog is one who hunts either with or for a human. Hunting dogs are very loyal, loving, and gentle. They have a unique ability to read our body language and respond to the vibes we give off. Humans depend on a dogs skill and courage when they hunt because they help protect them as well. These types of dogs have a passion to hunt and be on there toes when needed to be, they know commands very well, their scent is extremely strong, and most importantly they are a mans best friend. When you take care of them, they take care of you in return especially with kindness and love. When I say take care of them I don't just mean food and water, I also mean with affection and gentleness and with your actions and how you respect them.


Page Modified by: Cameron Davidson on April 24, 2019.