Caring for Your Service Dog

Service dogs require consistent training to ensure they perform their duties to the best of their abilities.

Consistent training:

Providing your service dog with a balanced and nutritious diet can help keep them healthy and energetic.

Proper nutrition:

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Regular exercise:

Regular exercise is important for maintaining your service dog's physical health and mental well-being.

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Regular grooming, including brushing their coat and teeth, can help prevent health issues and ensure your service dog looks and feels their best.


Socialization is important for all dogs, including service dogs, as it can help them feel more comfortable in new environments and with different people.

Proper socialization:

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Proper rest:

Ensuring that your service dog gets enough rest and sleep is important for their overall health and well-being.


Service dogs should be protected from extreme heat or cold to prevent health problems.

Protection from extreme temperatures:

Good dental hygiene is important for your service dog's overall health.

Regular dental care:

Service dogs can experience stress just like humans, so it's important to monitor them for signs of stress and take steps to reduce it.

Monitoring for signs of stress

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Proper gear:

Providing your service dog with the appropriate gear, such as a well-fitting harness or protective boots, can help keep them safe while working.


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