Service Dogs & Dementia?

Answer Service dogs aid people with disabilities to lead active and fulfilling lives without being fully dependent on loved ones to perform daily tasks. While using service dogs to aid people who suffer f... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Service Dogs & Dementia

Natural Treatment for Dementia in Dogs?

Canine Cognitive Dysfunction is an Alzheimer's-like condition occurring in some aging dogs. Dogs experience dementia, changes in personality and general confusion. For many pet owners, it is diffic... Read More »

What are service dogs?

Service dogs perform many more tasks than the familiar "seeing-eye dogs" who guide blind people. These specially-trained animals can aid people with hearing or physical disabilities as well.Definit... Read More »

Does Amtrak allow service dogs?

Yes, trained service dogs are permitted to accompany passengers with disabilities in all Amtrak customer areas, including stations, trains and coaches. Animals must be kept under control at all tim... Read More »

Who trains service dogs?

According to the American Disabilities Act (ADA), a service dog is "any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability."Owner-t... Read More »