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A Service Dog Without Its Owner Could Mean The Owner is in Danger

Service dogs are trained to take specific actions when required

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I had a recent conversation about Service Dogs with an old colleague of mine. She mentioned that most people, including me, do not understand how to work with Service Dogs or understand the support…

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I am an author, a technology guy, a grandad, a widower, and a man with many interests. I write to inform and entertain. Email: lee@lbentch.com

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Lee J. Bentch

Lee J. Bentch

I am an author, a technology guy, a grandad, a widower, and a man with many interests. I write to inform and entertain. Email: lee@lbentch.com

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