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Old 08-07-2008, 11:46 AM   #1
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I asked before (Jul 30) but got no answer so am trying again.

What kind of service dog is Gracie? What does she do? How did you get her certified?

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Hello -

Actually, I sent you a private email answering your question. Gracie is a service dog for a medical condition. She was trained and certified by a company that specializes in service dogs in northern California. I had to have a doctor's order to get her certified. Dogs are now certified to assist with a LOT of medical conditions - not just blindness.

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Old 08-07-2008, 08:48 PM   #3
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I was interested too.... But perhaps you do not want to share specifics.... That is also fine.

Dogs can be certified in many areas and are particularly helpful for sensory-impaired ppl and many with seizure disorders. The list has grown in recent years in terms of the medical conditions with which they can assist and I am glad that smaller dogs are now being included in the training. I am even more impressed that a 'rescued dog' has joined their very impressive ranks... Quite frankly, I think it speaks to the therapeutic nurturance with which she (?) has been provided...

Thanks for the photo...Again, one VERY sweet-looking pup....


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