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    Assistance Dogs

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    They can be the gift of independence for many individuals. They can be the hands, ears, or eye of their human companions. Some examples of assistance dogs are seizure, autism, mobility, medical, mental, hearing, allergy detection, and guide assistance dogs. These animals can detect and save their partners from these health problems by sensing with they are going to happen. They can read when an episode is going to happen by looking at the owners change of behavior, body language, or even an odor that is produced before their human is about to have a…

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    Assistance dog for individuals with disabilities Given appropriate training, dogs can be an enormous benefit to people with disabilities. With the help of an assistance dog, people with disabilities are better equipped to overcome physical and psychological challenges, helping them lead more fulfilling and more independent lifestyles. If a disability is imposing physical or mental limitations on your independence, an assistance dog could be the key to providing you greater freedom and security.…

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    them, at least don’t hurt them.” This quote strongly relates to how dogs can help humans in many different ways. When a person is in need of help, dogs are there to help them. Dogs have a positive impact on helping humans with their everyday life. Assistance Dogs help humans with disabilities improve their quality of life. In this article Scott states that there are many different Assistance Dogs who can help disabled people with their everyday tasks. Scott discusses research conducted by the…

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    Quinnipiac Reflection

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    that may not be the same case for everyone here campus but I believe the experience of finding a community or niche here is something that every student needs to discover in order to call Quinnipiac home. My orientation leaders and peers have given me a new perspective of myself and I want to be able to give others the same benefit and more. As an individual who has always enjoyed being there for others, I want to help make a positive change in someone’s everyday life. I can think of no better…

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    The article “A business built on respect,” by Glenn Baker talks about entrepreneur Karen Francis life before and after she had a life changing accident. The article can benefit different types of people. First, people who are passing for difficult times can be inspired by the story of courage of Karen Francis. Also, business people who are looking for ideas to promote their business can benefit from the article, because it talks about how by talking directly to people increased Karen’s…

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    Service Dog Training Essay

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    A large part of the costs of service dogs is often times offset by volunteer puppy raisers. Volunteers teach the basics; to sit, walk on a leash, house training, and other basic commands. Professional trainers that provide formal training charge around $20,000 to train one dog. If the puppy raisers are paid, the cost can potentially double (Service Dogs). The term “intelligence disobedience” is an essential part of training a guide dog. This means that the dog knows not to follow a command if…

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    Animal Therapy Dogs

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    the earth, dogs were being used for work and to help people that need help. Dogs can be used in different helpful ways all around the world including for therapy. Dogs are great because they are always happy to see a human and will not leave the humans side. Therapy dogs can be used in detecting diseases and cancer, support animals, used to help people cope with stress and comforting or helping people do everyday tasks, and helping people get over traumatic events that happened. Animals can be…

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    different types of animals that are used as service animals, dogs seem to be the most popular and the most versatile. Dogs are used as service animals in numerous ways including use as public service dogs, therapy dogs, and assistance dogs. The first kind of public service dog…

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    Seizure Response Dogs

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    Seizure-Alert and Response Dogs “A service dog is a canine service animal that generally serves a single individual with a physical or mental disability” (Ensminger definitions xi). SEIZURES AND EPILEPSY “Epilepsy is a neurological disorder characterized by repeated occurrences of seizures” (Varsavsy et al. 313). Seizures can cause a person to fall, shake, walk, or lose consciousness (Fetty 7). “The symptoms of epilepsy are very diverse and these depend on the region of the brain that is…

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