Added by on September 26, 2018

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What is a Service Dog?
A Service Dog is any dog Trained to perform Tasks to help an individual with a disability.
What’s the difference between an Emotional Support Dog and a Service Dog?
Emotional Support Animals do not require training. They are not allowed in public places that don’t allow pets. They are not Service Animals.
What Tasks does Dakota Perform?
Dakota is a Alert and response dog. She is for psychiatric and medical/ physical purposes.
Her tasks consist of but are not limited to: Anxiety/ Ptsd alerts, dissociation alerts, guide work (during a ptsd episode), Deep Pressure therapy, Opening and Closing Doors, interfering with self harm, Finding help (normally leading me to my family if I enter an episode away from them. She’s trained to find a family member and nudge them), Blocking and covering (creating space between myself and other people).