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Michigan Girl Wins Battle With School–Supreme Court Sides With Her

Michigan Girl Wins Battle With School–Supreme Court Sides With Her

Advocates for service dogs won a round in Michigan recently. Groups representing Ehlena Fry, a 13-year-old girl with cerebral palsy, now have the right to argue the case in court, without the need for lengthy…

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admin No Comments February 28, 2017
New Study Demonstrates the Mental Health Benefits Service Animals Have on Owners and Families

New Study Demonstrates the Mental Health Benefits Service Animals Have on Owners and Families

A disabled person wobbly on his feet can reach out to his service dog to regain balance. Strong and well trained, these animals provide a range of physical support to their owners. Service dogs also…

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admin 1 February 14, 2017
News Anchor Trains Service Dog for  Wounded Warriors

News Anchor Trains Service Dog for Wounded Warriors

“He’s changed my life,” said television news anchor Andrea McCarren about her buddy Bunce. A service-dog-in-training, Bunce has been her companion for two years. Now Bunce is headed out to change the life of a…

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admin No Comments February 7, 2017
Service Dogs Making Big Difference on Campus

Service Dogs Making Big Difference on Campus

Caitlin Thompson and her service dog Charlie are a team at Michigan State University. Thompson is the school’s facilities supervisor and also a graduate student.  She fields about 20 questions a day about Charlie. Having…

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admin 2 January 31, 2017
A Veterans Story of Her Service Dog

A Veterans Story of Her Service Dog

Veteran and Her Service Dog  Spirit is Wendy Clouser’s partner, as well as her pet. As a service dog, he helps the vet deal with PTSD and the effects of injuries. She relies on a…

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admin 2 December 7, 2016
Uber Driver Suspended for Refusing to Accept Service Animal

Uber Driver Suspended for Refusing to Accept Service Animal

In September, 2016, an Uber driver in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, refused to give a ride to a man with a service dog. Thomas Jones, with guide dog Blake, needed a lift home from the grocery store.…

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admin No Comments October 2, 2016
Emotional Support Animals becoming more common on campus

Emotional Support Animals becoming more common on campus

David Long relies on his 11-week-old German Shepard to provide structure and consistency as he adjusts to civilian life after six years of military service, but establishing a routine will have to wait. Long is in…

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admin No Comments September 12, 2016
Scotus to Hear Case Regarding Service Dog Being Allowed in School

Scotus to Hear Case Regarding Service Dog Being Allowed in School

This week the Supreme Court is hearing an appeal from a 12-year-old Michigan girl with cerebral palsy who was denied school access with her service dog. The justices said Tuesday they will consider whether Ehlena…

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admin 3 June 30, 2016
Alabama Passes Law Protecting Service Dogs

Alabama Passes Law Protecting Service Dogs

Thanks to IAM Local 2003 member and Guide Dog of America (GDA) volunteer Adam Beasley, Alabama now has a law specifically protecting service dogs from assault for the first time in the state’s history. The…

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admin No Comments May 31, 2016
Service Dog Helps Young Lady With Cerebral Palsy!

Service Dog Helps Young Lady With Cerebral Palsy!

For many of our clients with disabilities many tasks can be extremely difficult.  But with a service dog by their side independence can be very real. A national non-profit called Canine Companions for Independence, or…

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admin No Comments April 14, 2016
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