Mall Service Dog training! (READ DESCRIPTION)



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Hello everyone! Today we went to the mall! Patches has been in more crowded places then this (U can see videos On my channel) however we’ve never done really any training exercises with this many people around or in this busy part of the mall! We did do “Block” at that other place that had way more poeple then here! (We litterly couldn’t walk) but this was his first time doing more off leash stuff (which we did heel without me holding the leash, I didn’t film it though) and me dropping the leash, and circle, and down stay, and he practiced all these things when the mall was super crowded! I was so proud of him! 😍 I love his new command to pick up the leash though, that with his new fainting respons are both currently my favorite tasks and there so cute when he does them! I didn’t practice the fainting one today, as he’s still getting used to it before we move it out in PA!

Service Dog Training Session



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Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities (ECAD) trainers and dogs attend our AKC Meet the Breeds® event in New York City every year. We were so amazed with everything these dogs could do that we checked out one of their training sessions at a local New York train station. Laura, Bosch, Tuna and Boone and their trainers practice tugging doors open, pressing elevator buttons, navigating stairs and more.

SERVICE DOG TRAINING NEAR ME – SERVICE DOG PUPPY TRAINING



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Service Dog Training Near Me taught by America Top Service Dog Trainer.

“Jasmin” the Maltese and “Waffles” the three month old puppies got bored with the pedestrian expectations of Basic Obedience, so I made a video showing them doing Advanced Off-Leash Obedience with distractions. Jasmin the Maltese only weighs 3.8 pounds.

Imagine how good these dogs will be when they are a year old. Dog Training Near Me. Service Dog Training Near Me.

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Great Danes – Service Dog Project powered by EXPLORE.org



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The main house at the Service Dog Project is the perfect place to watch the comings and goings of Great Danes–including current service dogs and future service dogs (also known as puppies)–and the staff and volunteers who train and care for them. Find out the best time to watch live and learn more about the Service Dog Project and its Great Danes on Explore.org @

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Paws of War brings veterinary clinic to veterans’ service dogs



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A new veterinary mobile clinic run by Paws of War has hit the road, offering a multitude of services to veterans and first responders and their companion and service dogs.

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Healing Power of Pets: Veteran finds companion in service dog



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Steven Mangiameli, served in the Army for ten years and when he came back, he found himself struggling to connect with the world he left behind…until he met Dozer.
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Ten years in the Army left specialist Steven Mangiameli with depression, anxiety and a debilitating sense of loneliness. He spent many days in bed unable to face the world. His life changed when he contacted Pets for Vets and was paired with Dozer. Dozer became his perfect companion and has made Steven more social, abated his alcoholism and pulled him out of his depression.

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DEF CON 22 – Gene Bransfield – Weaponizing Your Pets: The War Kitteh and the Denial of Service Dog



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WarKitteh: In my job I have to deliver frequent Information Security briefings to both technical and non-technical professionals. I noticed that as the material got more technical, I began to lose the non-technical crowd. Therefore, I started including humorous pictures of cats and made the briefings include stories about those cats. This worked, and I soon became notorious for my presentation style. After delivering one of those presentations, an audience member offered to lend me their cat tracking collar. The collar contained a GPS device and a cellular component and would track your cats movements throughout the neighborhood. Me being the guy I am, I thought “All you need now is a WiFi sniffing device and you’d have a War Kitteh.” I laughed, and started working on it.

DoS Dog: With apologies to LadyMerlin (who has since blessed the project) I attended Outerz0ne one year and LadyMerlin brought her dog. They had labeled the puppy the “Denial of Service Dog” as the pooch demanded so much attention that it was impossible to complete any task other than petting the dog. I thought that if you loaded a doggie backpack with different equipment (e.g. a Pineapple) you could create a Denial of Service Dog of a different kind.

No Dogs Allowed: Discrimination Against People Who Use Service Dogs



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No Dogs Allowed: Discrimination Against People Who Use Service Dogs

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The Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs (WLC)

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More than 25 million individuals in the United States report having vision loss; approximately 2.5 million of those are legally blind.

Federal law requires taxicab drivers to allow service dogs in their vehicles, and prohibits them from charging a surcharge, higher fare, or extra fee for transporting a service dog.

Despite these protections, people encounter discrimination on a daily basis.

(Video of blind woman with a service dog attempting to hail a cab. Two cabs pass her and pick up another woman 100 feet away)

The ERC conducted tests in the District; each included two individuals, one with a service dog and one without, who stood on the same side of the block.

(Video of blind woman with a service dog attempting to hail a cab. A cab approaches her, slows down to a near stop, and then drives on to pick up another women 100 feet away)

In 60% of these tests, the tester with a service dog was subjected to at least one form of discriminatory treatment.

(Video of a woman with a service dog attempting to hail a cab. A cab passes her and picks up another women 100 feet away)

“These instances are both hurtful and an insult to those of us who must rely upon the loving assistance of our dogs to travel independently.” -ERC member, Charles Crawford

Video of a man with a service dog attempting to hail a cab. A cab passes him and picks up another man 100 feet away)

“Cabbie’s go whizzing by and I can’t see to know if they have somebody in their cab or if they don’t.” -ERC member, Stan Berman

(Video of a woman with a service dog attempting to hail a cab. A cab passes her and picks up another women 100 feet away)

Help advance civil rights and learn more about what can be done to end discrimination against individuals who use service dogs.

Learn more and download the report at www.equalrightscenter.org