Keep your Service Snake to Yourself, says the Dept of Transportation

  No one thinks it’s a big deal to see a blind person walking with a seeing-eye dog. But dogs can do a lot more than that to help people with disabilities. Some are trained to recognize when their handlers are about to have epileptic seizures. Others can pull wheelchairs, open doors and retrieve items. These dogs are recognized as “service animals” and people who … Continue reading Keep your Service Snake to Yourself, says the Dept of Transportation