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Im looking for a new service dog?

I use a serivice dog for a sezier disoder and for panic atacks I just had to give up my dog becuse she started haveing exterm seperation axity issues after I was in the hosptal for a week and was unable to do her job I cant apley for programs that tran dogs as most programs dont tran them for my disablites ( I buy dogs and have them privaly trained) I live in seattle if anyone has some ideas on a good breed I have a traner in mind the prolum is I cant have a puppy thas not welll behaved in my aparment so I need someone else to start the traning for me or I need a dog that is grown and well behaved to work on turing into a service dog

Asked By: servicedogstar - 8/4/2007
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You could check out rescues for older dogs, and also check out breeders. It's not true that programs don't train for seizure response, but the challenge as you know is that the dog has to naturally respond and respond well to seizures. I also know there's an assistance dog training club in Washington... More
Answered By: doglover - 8/4/2007
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Get a lab they are very obedient and great pets and can be left alone if needed!
Answered By: ally_hollywood - 8/4/2007
 
You "gave up" your dog ....because of what? Get a cat for your dyslexia.
Answered By: Rahaaa - 8/4/2007
 
You could try the leonberger breed. I would contact the Leonberger rescue and see if they don't have some older dogs that might not be the perfect fit. You could give a rescue a great home and give yourself a great service dog.... Leonbergers are large but many are trained for assistance. GLTY
Answered By: Kat W - 8/4/2007
 
really it depends on HOW you use the dog. If you need a dog that "senses" seizures some of the smaller breeds really might be better, particularly maltese, poodles, or some of the small terriers. They all tend to be highly sensitive and more fcused on a dingle person than a lot of breeds. If you physically depend on... More
Answered By: blk_sheep_fl - 8/4/2007
 
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