service animals

The former president and the Labrador retriever became inseparable earlier this year.
I've been working with these wonderful, life-changing creatures every day for the last 22 years.
The new policy doesn't define what that means, though.
Lulu the labrador retriever was only a few weeks into CIA explosive training when she made it clear K9 life just isn’t for her.
The owner refused to back down even after a police officer told him he was breaking the law.
Folks, I do some work to support orgs helping out service members, veterans, and their families. I figure it's the least
My colleagues were right -- often dogs that appear to be service or emotional-support animals obtained certification through accessible but illegal means, and they didn't deserve the rights and benefits allowed to legitimate service animals. In the future, I'll continue to love all the dogs I encounter at work, but I'll no longer assume the ones sporting vests deserve to wear them.
We all want our lives to be easier. Unfortunately, when we act in ways that attempt to save time or money, we often fail to recognize the effect that our choices have on others. This is especially true in the area of accessibility which often falls prey to our fast paced lifestyles.
"All dogs are individuals. We need to look at each dog as an individual."
Ken Wahl says that his current activism is the most rewarding thing he's ever done, far beyond his acting career or Hollywood stardom. And he's not giving up soon.
Detroit Metropolitan Airport opened a Service Dog Relief Area in the McNamara Terminal Tuesday. With patches of fake and
A Florida teen with terminal brain cancer recently had one of his dreams come true, thanks to a surfing dog named Ricochet
SFO’s Wag Brigade follows similar initiatives at other airports, including the Pets Unstressing Passengers (PUP) program