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FAQ about Service Dogs

What is the difference between a Handi-Dog, Service Dog, and Assistance Dog?
Service Dogs and Assistance Dogs are the same -- dogs that have been individually trained to do tasks that help a person with a disability. Handi-Dogs is the copyrighted name of our particular organization, where we help people train Service Dogs.

Can I get a dog from you?
Handi-Dogs does not provide or place dogs.

Can I donate my dog to you?
No, we cannot accept dogs, and we have no facilities for housing dogs.

How do I get my dog certified so I can take it everywhere I go?

  • Only an individual with a disability can have a service dog.
  • A disability is a physical or mental condition that limits a major life activity.
  • The dog must be trained to perform work or tasks specifically related to that person's disability. Just because you have a disability, it does not mean your pet is a service dog. Click here for more information.

I need a Seizure Alert Dog
Click here for more information about Seizure Dogs.

Can a dog help my child with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder)?
Click here for more information about Autism Dogs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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