No. 5 Dogs Can Save Lives!


Service Dogs can do many things to help people with

Hearing Dogs

Hearing or Signal dogs serve as the ears of a person who is deaf or hearing
impaired. They alert their owners to sounds such as their name, the microwave
or oven timers, smoke alarms, the telephone, the doorbell, and many other
everyday sounds that play important parts in our lives. Hearing dogs may use a
paw touch or nose bump to get their handler’s attention, and then will take the
handler to the source of the sound, or in the case of a fire alarm, will take their
partner outside. Many Hearing Dogs wear bright, blaze orange collars, leashes,
and vests. These orange accessories signal that the dog is a Hearing Dog.

Mobility Assistants

Mobility Assistant Service Dogs help people with physical disabilties. They may
pull their partner’s wheelchair, walk in harness and function as a mobile cane for

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