Service Dogs assist disabled people. Some of those disabilities include hearing impairments, visual difficulties, mental illness, autism, diabetes, ambulatory issues, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and more.
The Service Dogs available from Global K9 Protection Services have the best temperament, are in good health, and are trained to provide you or someone you love with companionship, service, and emotional support while performing a variety of tasks based on the disabled persons commands. People who are deaf or blind will benefit from Service Dogs who will alert them, while protecting them at the same time. People with mental illnesses are reminded to take medications, while those who are suffering from PTSD, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, can be calmed by Service Dogs during an anxiety or panic attack.
Service Dogs are not pets, but working dogs who are trained by Global K9 Protection Services to work directly with a person who has a disability.
For more information regarding Service Dogs, contact the team from Global K9 Protection today.