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Both Hodge and his service dog Gander are scared of heights—but together they face their fear.

Both Hodge and his service dog Gander are scared of heights—but together they face their fear.

"Meet Cameron and Harper, a strong duo made possible by Freedom Service Dogs. Cameron is a 4th generation soldier who suffers from PTSD. He refers to Harper as his 'battle buddy.'."Goldens are the perfect service dog companion..sweet tempered, loyal to a fault and brilliantly smart and intuitive..

"Meet Cameron and Harper, a strong duo made possible by Freedom Service Dogs. Cameron is a 4th generation soldier who suffers from PTSD. He refers to Harper as his 'battle buddy.'."Goldens are the perfect service dog companion..sweet tempered, loyal to a fault and brilliantly smart and intuitive..

The real trouble with Fake Service Dogs...an article written by my friend Lonnie with his fur-buddy Service Dog Gander.

The real trouble with Fake Service Dogs...an article written by my friend Lonnie with his fur-buddy Service Dog Gander.

Gander has helped thousands of veterans and their families. You can read about him here:  http://parade.condenast.com/325178/michelechollow/gander-the-service-dog-to-receive-hero-award/

Gander has helped thousands of veterans and their families. You can read about him here: http://parade.condenast.com/325178/michelechollow/gander-the-service-dog-to-receive-hero-award/

"Many folks think a service dog should be easy to spot because they are guiding a blind person, but...there are over a dozen kinds of service dogs: diabetic alert dogs, seizure assistance dogs, psychiatric service dogs, autism assistance dogs, and more. This wide variety of service dog specialization can make them harder to identify because not all of the dogs will necessarily have distinguishing gear and not all owners’ disabilities will be obviously perceptible."

"Many folks think a service dog should be easy to spot because they are guiding a blind person, but...there are over a dozen kinds of service dogs: diabetic alert dogs, seizure assistance dogs, psychiatric service dogs, autism assistance dogs, and more. This wide variety of service dog specialization can make them harder to identify because not all of the dogs will necessarily have distinguishing gear and not all owners’ disabilities will be obviously perceptible."

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