People love dogs, and meeting a new pooch and sharing a moment of touch can offer great joy. But service dogs are not regular dogs because they often have important jobs to do; if we. . .
In the first episode of ITV’s Me and My Guide Dog which aired on 3 July 2013 we meet guide dog owners Mark and Claire who find true love through their guide dogs. Watch the moment. . .
This is hard to watch, but it’s an amazing example of how dogs can help people who suffer from Asperger’s syndrome calm down after an emotional outburst. Danielle Jacobs bravely. . .
When a 30-year-old woman testified about a horrible crime in which she and her daughter were victims in a Brooklyn courtroom on Tuesday, history was made. As she described the. . .
Here’s an incredible story from Brewster, New York, about a guide dog named Figo who saw danger approaching and took matters into his own paws to save his owner: . . .
By now, Orvis Dogs blog readers shouldn’t be surprised by stories such as this one, since we try to raise awareness of these issues when they arise, but the timing of these circumstances. . .
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to raise a puppy for a service-dog organization? Puppy-raising is a vital step in a dog’s journey to becoming a working service dog, and the. . .
Many times, we have posted about folks who have had problems in restaurants with their service dogs, but in the vast majority of these instances, the dog owner doesn’t have an obvious. . .
Here’s a beautiful story about how the life of a six-year-old Mark Fontana, who was diagnosed with autism three years ago, was transformed by a service dog named Echo. Since the arrival of his. . .