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An Amazing Tail
- A personal story of one person diagnosed with a neurovascular disorder, offers details of her life with a service dog plus resources and information on the American's with Disabilities Act (ADA).
- A non-profit organization that promotes animals helping people to improve their health, independence, and quality of life.
- Aims to educate and inform the public about service animal rights. Includes articles with details of the most popular animals used and offers free registration.
The Guide Horse Foundation
- Provides miniature guide horses free-of-charge to the blind and visually impaired. Guide horses are a popular alternative to seeing-eye dogs for those who prefer a guide with an exceptionally long lifespan.
- A non-profit concern that raises and trains monkeys to assist people with severe disabilities and spinal cord injuries. View video clips of the animals at work with training details, their history and how to offer a donation.
No Dogs Allowed?
- Discusses federal policies relating to service animals; contains references to service animal organizations and information resources.
Questions About Service Animals in Places of Business
- The U.S. Department of Justice answers business owners questions relating to service animals.
River's Crest Dragon Slayers
- An animal therapy program for physically challenged children and adults, using rare and unusual animals to teach self-confidence and awareness. California based.
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