There has been a lot of confusion over service dog laws in BC. Some people think that a service dog isn’t legal unless they have a BC certification. This is wrong! A visitor from Ontario, for example, wouldn’t have BC certification, would they? But they still have a right to bring their service dog with them. We hope this video we made will help clear up some of the confusion.
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One of the more difficult aspects of our job is trying to identify what people mean when they call us and say they want their dog “certified as a PADS dog”. Pacific Assistance Dogs Society is a Burnaby-based service dog charity recognized by Assistance Dogs International. They specialize in dogs for the Deaf and disabled, and they also provide facility therapy dogs for organizations like the RCMP, Canuck’s Place Children’s Hospice, and local schools. Wag the Dog cannot get your … Continue reading “Therapy Dogs and Service Dogs Are Not The Same: A Helpful Guide”
Your dog might not ever be ready to move out and go to college, but teaching this easy trick will make your life a little smoother, on a daily basis, which adds up. Most importantly, giving your dog this responsibility will make their life more pleasant. Teach The ‘Dress’ Cue Ensure your dog’s collar, bandana, harness, or backpack is oriented so that large or dangly parts hang down, rather than looming over your dog’s head, hitting them in the face … Continue reading “Teach Your Dog To Dress Themselves”
The first in a video series showing some of the many awesome things your dog can do to be helpful around the house. Yes, your dog CAN be this amazing.