8 Things You Should Know About Service Dog Etiquette
10 monthes ago - By iHeart Dogs
Service dogs are becoming a more common sight, which is great news for both dogs and the people who need them! More people with disabilites are finding friends to help make everyday tasks easier. And many dogs thrive when given a job to do. It's a win-win!
Do you know what to do when you see a service dog? Most of us know not to pet a service dog no matter how irrisistible he may be, but there's other things you can do to help make his job easier.
1. Don't Pet A Service Dog
A service dog is a working dog - although it can be difficult to resist, you should not pet a service dog. Service...
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