March 31, 2006, Newsletter Issue #128: Service Or Working Dogs

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Training a working or service dog involves intense instruction and numerous hours logged in at training sessions. Working dogs and service dogs must be calm, intelligent and focused. A service dog is typically trained by a professional who has expertise in the area of work that the dog is intended for. Some common canine professions include police dogs, seeing-eye dogs, and therapy dogs.

Working or service dogs encompass a wide range of breeds including German Shepherds, Bloodhounds, and Beagles.

Therapy dogs often undergo a certification test to ensure that they will be suited for their potential role. Basic obedience, patience, and a friendly disposition are ideal qualities that dogs possess for therapy work.

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